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News From Around the Web

Thursday is National Epilepsy Awareness Day, and a Londonderry mom has enlisted the help of fire and police officials as part of her effort to raise money for epilepsy research.
Michael Cozby has had epilepsy most of his life. The 32-year-old takes more than a dozen pills every day to control it, but still suffers about five seizures every week...
Under Governor Rauner's budget proposal for 2016, all state funding for Epilepsy would be eliminated, now local epilepsy advocates are trying to stop the cuts.
Over two million Pakistanis suffer from epilepsy that is around five per cent of the world population of epilepsy patients, according to health experts. Epilepsy is treatable but lack of awaren .....
Epilepsy is a disorder of the central nervous system which results in recurring seizures. On March 26, people all around the world strive to raise awareness and support by wearing the color purple.
Livy's Hope, founded by the Scheinman family of Clearwater, Fla., and the Epilepsy Foundation, with national offices in Maryland and nearly 50 affiliates throughout the country, have partnered to create ...



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