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Epilepsy: FAQ
Click the link above for answers to "frequently asked questions" about epilepsy including causes,...More
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Have you been triggered by flashing lights?
See the new article from WebMD about Photosensitive Epilepsy: What Causes Seizures in People With...More
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Cell Phone and Bluetooth devices ElectroSensitivit...
Resouces to providing affects of Cell Phones and Bluetooth devices especially on young children.
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Bluetooth ElectroSensitivity
Welcome to the ElectroSensitivity UK website. Our aim is to provide unbiased and balanced information to help...More
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Celebrities Supporting EP
Very Interesting List of celebrities. I just wish they would All get together & discuss their...More
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Thyroid Causing Epilepsy? Neurology-MedHelp
http://www.coping-with-epilepsy.com/forums/f22/thyroid-dysfunction-seizures-2738/ Thyroid dysfunction...More
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Weird Epilepsy Triggers
If you have a Trigger that ain't listed, Please, share. If you have a trigger that is listed & would...More
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NEW Blog: "A Different Normal"
I thought the amazing members of this community would be interested in a new blog: A Different...More
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New Slideshow: A visual guide to epilepsy.
So, do you think this is an informative, accurate slideshow? Anything you would add - or delete? I...More
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Prescription Drug Assistance
When there seems to be no hope, there Is Help!
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25 Best Epilepsy Books
For People of All Ages > Epilepsy Talk
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Legal Transportation for PPL w/ EP
Electric Bikes, Scooters and other Light Electric Vehicles (LEV) I was informed on another site that these...More
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Taking epilepsy medication properly
Here's an action set with lots of information. Anyone have anything to add? Do you have "tips or...More
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Stopping Seizures
You do not have to join this site to read the article. Very well written & Informative!More
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Help finding a GREAT Neurologist
I live up in Northern California, we have only 2 neurologists here. One is to busy to remember who you are and...More
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Attractive Medical Jewelry/Medic Alert Info
Plus http://www.n-styleid.com/ http://www.oneida-medical-jewelry.com/ http://www.911life.com/ ...More
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Drug Alert
Drug Shortage Alert: Pfizer Announces DILANTIN® 30 mg (Extended Phenytoin Sodium Capsules, USP) ShortageJune...More
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Precautions Cut Sudden Death Risk of Epilepsy
Click to read about precautions to reduce risk of sudden death due to seizures. HaylenMore
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Neurofeedback Article
Retrain Your Brain W/ Neurofeedback Phylis epilepsytalk.comMore
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South Carolina Support Group
Epilepsy Foundation has a List of All available Support Groups in the USA.
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FDA OKs New Epilepsy Drug
The FDA has approved the drug Potiga (ezogabine) as an add-on drug to treat partial seizures caused...More
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15 healthy indulgences for under $15
I think we could all use one or two of these this week! Haylen p.s. I like #2 best More
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