Learn about infantile spasms, a severe form of epilepsy, and what steps to take if you think your baby is having seizures.
Discover how a small device which acts like a pacemaker for the brain can reduce, lessen the intensity, or eliminate seizures for some individuals with epilepsy.
What do you do if an insurance company decides to switch your seizure medication? Find out in this week’s episode.
Explore how the ketogenic diet can be used to control seizures in some individuals with epilepsy.
Seizures resulting from traumatic brain injuries continue to impact American veterans with epilepsy long after other combat wounds have healed.
Explore self-contained schools and discover why they are a great option for some students with severe disabilities.
Despite 3.4 million Americans being impacted by epilepsy, the public still knows very little about this disorder. Discover the positive impact eliminating stigma can have on those with epilepsy.
Hear how a personal journey inspired a summer camp for kids with epilepsy.
A college student with epilepsy offers advice on not only how to survive, but also thrive.
Find out how one family impacted by epilepsy is affected daily by the national school nurse shortage.