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As nighttime approaches your heart beats faster as your anxiety level rises. “What if a seizure happens tonight? What if no one is there to help?” Whether you are patient or caregiver, the fear of nocturnal seizures can be intensely...
Her name is Lily Silver. She is a woman, a person with epilepsy, and a successful lawyer. Yet despite her success, she shares the same fear all people with epilepsy encounter at one time or another – the fear of disclosing her epilepsy to her...
Mistakes are common in any profession, and often expected in varying degrees. However, medication errors made by healthcare professionals are usually unexpected and may be associated with serious, potentially life-threatening health-related...
Managing your epilepsy means staying informed about the latest recalls, warnings and public health advisories as they relate to anti-epileptic drugs and devices. As such, the FDA has created a web page designed to keep the public in the know. Click...
While both depression and anxiety are common mood disorders in the general population, there is a growing body of evidence that the prevalence rate of these disorders is also substantial in people with epilepsy. Based on this premise Joyce Cramer,...

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