To whom shall I compare thee? A woman with epilepsy has a rare condition – the constant urge to write poetry, which may shed light on creativity
The charity has joined this year's Wish campaign in the hope that The Gazette's readers can help them to fund life-saving bed alarms
HOUSTON, Tx. — Epilepsy can devastate your life. It can mean never driving, never completing school and never living on your own. Treatment can include huge doses of medication and even cutting out half of your brain. But Dr....
A 27-year-old Memphis man pleaded guilty to raping a 22-year-old woman who is unable to speak due to epilepsy, according to Shelby County DA Amy Weirich.
Who would have thought medicine for seizures could turn one into a poet?