Category: Epilepsy

Epilepsy: What’s Worse The Physical Pain or Emotion Pain of Epilepsy?

Struggling to cope with the emotional pain of epilepsy.  An invisible disorder that many people struggle to live with on a daily basis. 


How to Cope with Your Emotions: Dealing with A Disorder That’s Not Going Away

In this article, I want to discuss how to cope with your feelings, learning how to deal with the endless emotions you experience living with epilepsy.


Seizures Stopped and Cognitive Function Improved Using Stem Cell-Derived Neurons

About 3.4 million Americans, or 1.2 percent of the population, have active epilepsy. Although the majority respond to medication, between 20 and 40 percent of patients with epilepsy continue to have seizures even after trying […]


Marijuana and ‘Spice’ Could Trigger Seizures, Study Says

By Honor Whiteman While a number of studies have suggested that marijuana may be effective for reducing seizures, new research cautions that potent and synthetic forms of the drug have the opposite effect.Researchers suggest that the use […]


Virtual Care for Epilepsy

IF YOU HAVE A smartphone or laptop and access to the internet, you may have already experienced a virtual visit with a physician to seek treatment for a common ailment such as allergies, the flu […]


FDA Approves Cannabis-Based Drug CBD (Cannabidiol) for Epilepsy

Epidiolex is made using cannabidiol but doesn’t contain high-inducing THC. by Maggie Fox The Food and Drug Administration approved the prescription cannabidiol medicine Monday to treat rare and severe forms of epilepsy. FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott […]


Fighting Seizures and Memory Loss with Herbs (Podcast Interview with Dr. Michael Pound & Stacey Chillemi)

  Podcast Interview with Dr. Michael Pound & Stacey Chillemi     Health Expert Stacey Chillemi Stacey Chillemi is the founder of The Complete Herbal Guide and popular blogger on living a healthy life. She […]


Omega-3 Fish Oil May Reduce Seizure Frequency for People with Epilepsy

Approximately 2.3 million adults and around 470,000 children in the US have epilepsy, a lifelong neurological condition characterized by recurrent seizures. Now, a new study claims epilepsy patients could reduce seizure frequency by consuming low […]


Valproate: New licensing rules for controversial epilepsy drug

Valproate will no longer be given to women or girls of childbearing potential unless they are on a pregnancy prevention programme. By Jason Farrell, Senior Political Correspondent The UK medicines regulator has changed the license […]