This week on Seizing Life® Carmen Zannier shares her 35 year epilepsy journey, discusses her recent decision to go public with her diagnosis, and explains how her passion for mountain climbing has led her to raising funds for epilepsy research.
This week on Seizing Life®, the Tsane family share daughter Christiane’s epilepsy diagnosis and treatment journey, and explain how they manage her seizures while nurturing her love of competitive running.
This week on Seizing Life® Ara Carbonneau shares her decades-long epilepsy journey from initial febrile seizures caused by meningitis at seven months old to her epilepsy diagnosis at the age of 36.
This week on Seizing Life® we look at diagnostic and surgical tools that assist physicians in localizing and removing areas of the brain that produce seizures.
Epilepsy advocate Kate Neale Cooper and host Kelly Cervantes share their experiences parenting children with epilepsy and offer advice on advocating for your child’s epilepsy care.
This week on Seizing Life® kids ask pediatric neurologists about epilepsy. Dr. Kristen Park of Children’s Hospital of Colorado and Dr. Adam Numis of the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital answer questions from kids on a wide variety of topics related to epilepsy.
This week on Seizing Life® Neuropsychologist Eva Alden joins us to offer advice for those with epilepsy and their caregivers for coping with stress, anxiety, depression, and travel during the holidays.
In support of Infantile Spasms Awareness week , Monica Diaz-Greco shares her daughter’s epilepsy journey from initial onset and diagnosis of infantile spasms through a VNS implant and brain surgery.
This week on Seizing Life® we speak with neurologist Dr. Alice Lam about the potential impacts of seizures on cognition and memory. We discuss both the possible short-term and long-term effects of epilepsy on cognition and memory, and the differering ways that seizures may impact children, adults, and aging adults.