CURE Epilepsy Board Member Hannah Whitten shares her experiences growing up with a brother with epilepsy and the tragedy of losing him to SUDEP.
This week on Seizing Life® we talk seizure alert dogs. Jessa Kenworthy of 4 Paws for Ability provides everything you always wanted to know about seizure alert dogs and how they serve those living with epilepsy.
This week epilepsy advocate and mother Kate Neale Cooper explains how a new diagnostic tool enabled doctors to localize her daughter’s seizures after 16-years and ultimately perform successful epilepsy surgery.
Child neurologist, Dr. Doug Nordli provides a guide for parents of children with epilepsy to help navigate diagnosis, physicians, and treatment decisions.
We focus on mental health in children and teens with epilepsy. Pediatric neuropsychologist Madison Berl discussers potential issues and what to do.
This week on Seizing Life® Jim Abrahams, creator of some of the biggest comedy films of all-time, shares his son’s troubling and remarkable epilepsy journey to seizure freedom through the ketogenic diet.
This week on Seizing Life® we conclude our two-part episode about infantile spasms (IS) by focusing on the research being conducted to improve understanding, detection, and treatment options for IS.
This week on Seizing Life®, we focus on infantile spasms (IS), a rare and particularly severe epilepsy syndrome that typically begins within the first year of life. Our panel of experts addresses everything you need to know about IS, from diagnosis, to consultation, to treatment.
This week on Seizing Life we speak with Daniel, Paula and David Allbeck about their family’s journey with epilepsy from Daniel’s initial diagnosis over 15 years ago to the results of his recent brain surgery.
Today on Seizing Life®, we speak with Cindy and Elvin Angulo about their daughter Vera’s Sturge-Weber Syndrome diagnosis and its connection to epilepsy.