Are lawyer ads impacting compliance?

A reader recently raised a topic as a comment that everyone should have a chance to weigh in on. The comment was made by Morgan on an earlier post titled Topomax recalled: Smells like teen spirit? Not so much. The comment read: I see a lot of those ads about lawyers basically … Read More

Heated discussion about epilepsy advocacy on Bryan Farley’s blog

Bryan Farley is a wonderful photographer, fantastic writer and dedicated epilepsy advocate. Oh yeah, and he has epilepsy too. Bryan recently started blogging on the Epilepsy Foundation’s ecommunities blog network site. Bryan recently posted a fantastic piece on the blog network. Afterreading the post and the exciting commentary that follows, I asked … Read More

Radio silence: a little explaination

I wanted to take a minute to apologize for the radio silence you’ve had for the past two weeks, or so. Some of you know that this blog thing is not my full time gig. I have recently left a position as Interim Director of Stewardship at the Wharton School, and moved … Read More

Living Well with VNS: An indepth look

In the Living Well Reader Survey, you asked for information on the Vagus Nerve Stimulator (VNS). Well you are in luck! Meghan O’Neil, who has used the device to treat her epilepsy since 2008, has agreed to talk to Living Well about her experience with VNS. What is VNS? According to, … Read More

CURE unveils the 2011 Annual Video

CURE, Citizens United for Research in Epilepsy, is a volunteer-based nonprofit organization dedicated to finding a cure for epilepsy by raising funds for research and increasing awareness of the prevalence and devastation of this disease. This year their 2011 awareness video was unveiled at their annual gala held in Chicago. Below you … Read More

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