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June 24, 2022

Is epilepsy genetic?

Is epilepsy genetic? Read our blog to find out about the ways genes are linked to epilepsy and what that means for your diagnosis

About Epilepsy
June 17, 2022

Epilepsy in the African American community

How does epilepsy affect the African American community? Read our introduction to seizure disorders, treatment and support.

About Epilepsy
June 10, 2022

Gelastic epilepsy: what you need to know about ‘laughing seizures’

Gelastic epilepsy, which causes ‘laughing seizures’ is a rare form of epilepsy. Learn more about gelastic seizures in our blog

About Epilepsy
May 27, 2022

How does the epilepsy experience change as you get older?

How will your experience of epilepsy change over time? If you were diagnosed with epilepsy while young, read how it might change in time

About Epilepsy
May 20, 2022

Types of seizure: old versus new medical names

The words we use for different types of seizure have evolved a lot over time. Learn about the most up to date names for seizure types

About Epilepsy
May 18, 2022

Brain trauma and seizures: what you need to know

Head injuries are a common cause of epilepsy. Learn about brain trauma and seizures in our blog, plus diagnosis and treatment.

About Epilepsy
April 20, 2022

Cameron Boyce and SUDEP in epilepsy

It is one year since Disney Channel star Cameron Boyce died from SUDEP in epilepsy. Learn more about what SUDEP is and the risks.

About Epilepsy
April 7, 2022

What are psychogenic nonepileptic seizures?

Psychogenic nonepileptic seizures cause a range of distressing symptoms. Learn about psychogenic nonepileptic seizures symptoms and treatment.

About Epilepsy
March 17, 2022

Idiopathic generalized epilepsy: An easy-to-understand introduction

Idiopathic generalized epilepsy is a very common cause of seizure disorders. Find out what idiopathic generalized epilepsy is in our blog.

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