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New features of the diary. - Coming very soon are improvements to My Epilepsy Diary. These will include ability to enter any numbers of seizures, or seizure clusters for a day by describing one seizure and then entering a number for how many of those occurred. Graphs of the seizures have improved. A new section allows organization of your overall medical history for your doctor Use the Diary Now
CDC in Atlanta organizes epilepsy care network - The Center for Disease Control (a Federal agency) has initiated a network of researchers and others interested in improving the care of people with epilepsy. More information here
Epilepsy: Insights & Strategies journal will be out soon - Articles in issue 3 include: 1. When an Epilepsy Doctor has an Epileptic Seizure; 2. Seizures Triggered by Video Games: Underestimated and Undiagnosed; 3. Learning to Use Humor as an Epilepsy Coping Skill ; 4. General Principles of Pharmacology for Epilepsy Patients and Their Caregivers; 5. Exercising and Playing Sports Safely: Guidance for People with Epilepsy; 6. Epilepsy and Self-Confidence. Read Issues 1 and 2
Earn Money for the Epilepsy Therapy Project When You Shop Online
We have a really exciting opportunity to earn a lot of money for our cause just by doing what we're doing anyway this time of year - shopping for the holidays. If you are shopping on Amazon.com,
start your shopping from epilepsy.com. As an Amazon Affiliate, they have agreed to donate a percentage of any purchase you make to our cause.
Hundreds of websites like Target, Best Buy, and Expedia
give a percentage of any purchase you make to our cause also. Just go to GoodShop.com and select Epilepsy Therapy Project as your charity to begin your online shopping.
E-cycle You Old Electronics After the Holidays & Earn Money for Our Cause
Epilepsy Therapy Project, the sponsor of epilepsy.com, is a non-profit organization whose mission is to accelerate new treatments for people living with epilepsy and seizures. The goal is to fast-track great ideas into treatments to reach people as fast as possible. Your donations go directly toward our mission. Read more about the Epilepsy Therapy Project and how your support can help.