Young Women
Tue, 10/18/2016
We left off the last article talking about neurosteroids. What are neurosteroids and why are they important? The brain has excitatory (meaning an action is likely to happen) and inhibitory (meaning an action is less likely to happen) mechanisms....
Banff, Canada
Tue, 10/18/2016
After 2 years of planning, the 5th Global Symposium on Ketogenic Diet Therapies is now finished and was an enormous success. These meetings are held every two years. The last meeting was in 2014 in Liverpool, England, and before that in 2012 in...
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Tue, 10/18/2016
Learning and connecting online is an invaluable way for people to understand more about seizures and to discover ways of coping with the many challenges that face people with epilepsy, family, and friends. Mark your calendars now for our next online...
Wed, 10/12/2016
The Epilepsy Foundation is pleased to share with you a report developed by the Milken Institute’s Center for Strategic Philanthropy that describes the barriers to epilepsy research progress and key philanthropic opportunities. The Epilepsy Giving...
Group of women
Wed, 10/12/2016
Catamenial epilepsy is a gender-specific type of epilepsy in which seizure frequency intensifies during certain phases of the menstrual cycle. An increase in seizures in parallel with the menstrual cycle in some women with epilepsy has been noticed...

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