Week 2: Epilepsy Genetics
We have just wrapped up another week in the November 2015 Epilepsy Blog Relay™. If you are just joining, throughout the entire month of November, 30 bloggers will be writing to raise epilepsy awareness.
Thank you to Founding Sponsor, Sunovion, of the November 2015 Epilepsy Blog Relay™.
Here’s a recap in case you missed any of this week’s posts:
Here are five things about epilepsy and genes that people with epilepsy might want to know about.…
This one is going to be a bit of a look back at how I feel Faye and I have taken to becoming parents, as well as how Faye’s epilepsy has been since..…
I’m having my first cup of coffee in almost 2 weeks. It’s weak and watered down by milk but it tastes fantastic. It tastes “normal,” and I’m completely satisfied with normal, grateful even.…
I took a hiatus from writing so when I was asked to be apart of this blog relay it brought some apprehension, how do you go back to something you quietly walked away from?…
Some may wonder why psychogenic non-epileptic seizures (PNES) are being included in an epilepsy campaign. 1 in 5 people diagnosed with epilepsy are later found to actually have PNES. …
The last thing a potential parent wants to do is pass on their health issue to their offspring…
Having a child with a serious form of epilepsy which is uncontrolled is one of the most ambiguous neurological illnesses to deal with…
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