Epilepsy Blog Relay: Weight Loss Surgery for the Epileptic

This post is part of the Epilepsy Blog Relay™. Follow along all month! Audra’s Story Have you ever wondered what it’s like to live as an autistic adult with epilepsy? Having a child who is autistic with epilepsy is a challenge as well! I am Autistic Audra! I am 38 years old with a son … Read More

Epilepsy Blog Relay: Susanna writes about how epilepsy has made her more creative

Being diagnosed with epilepsy at the age of three means it has always been a significant part of who I am. A lot of people tell you ‘don’t let your condition define who you are’ but you can’t stop it from doing so. The simple fact is, as human beings, the experiences we have alter the way we develop. And I believe epilepsy has, in more ways than one, driven me to be the creative person I am today.

Researchers discover common genetics in autism and epilepsy

Below is a story that was originally produced for the Journal of Human Molecular Genetics (May 2011). The research is so groundbreaking that the story has already been picked up by Science Daily, The Toronto Sun, The Ottowa Sun, A Health Blog, BioQuick News, PhysOrg and is spreading across the globe swiftly. What’s the … Read More

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