Rosalind W. Picard, Sc.D. recalls, “I’ll never forget the first time I saw the [Embrace Watch] data.” While I set out to build a wristband to measure stress in daily life, I realized that we’d built a wristband that could detect generalized tonic-clonic seizures.
This post is part of the Epilepsy Blog Relay™ which will run from November 1 through November 30. Follow along and add comments to posts that inspire you! This post was contributed by Leslie Jamison, EVP of Self Care Catalysts. Self Care Catalysts created the Epilepsy Health Storylines app in partnership with … Read More
The next Epilepsy Blog Relay™ will kick off on November 1 and run through November 30 in recognition of Epilepsy Awareness Month. Each week will have a special focus and I am pleased to announce the lead bloggers for the November 2015 Epilepsy Blog Relay™: Week 1: Epilepsy in Everyday Life Lead … Read More
Have you ever felt like your doctor or health care team doesn’t have the whole picture of how your epilepsy affects you on a day-to-day basis? Now Epilepsy Health Storylines has a new feature just for Android users that will get you a little closer to that complete picture when you are … Read More
This week the neurology community gathered in Washington, D.C. at the American Academy of Neurology Annual Meeting. I attended the meeting in my role as Director of Education and Membership for the American Neurological Association (my day job). While I was there, I had several opportunities to discuss the state of epilepsy … Read More
Epilepsy Storylines App puts control back your hands Living Well With Epilepsy has now launched Epilepsy Storylines on the App Store℠ for iPhone® and iPad®. Epilepsy Storylines is, an app that lets users track seizures, medication side-effects, moods, appointments and much more on their smartphone. They can then share any information within … Read More
Living Well With Epilepsy has launched a new mobile and web app just in time for Purple Day. The app, called Epilepsy Storylines, is designed to help people living with epilepsy as they manage their daily routines and communicate with their caregivers. This app is possible thanks to a partnership with Self … Read More