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Did You Know… About Primary Generalized Tonic-Clonic (PGTC) Seizures?

Primary generalized tonic-clonic (PGTC) seizures (sometimes called grand mal seizures) is a type of generalized epilepsy. This type of seizure affects both sides of your brain at the same time. There are two phases of the seizure:• Tonic: The...… read more >
Posted 01/08/2017
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Your Answers: The Worst Epilepsy Advice (Infographic)

We asked and you answered! We posted this question: What bits of "advice" do you wish people would stop telling you? and hundreds of you took the time to respond.What did we learn? From the unconcerned ("It's all in your mind") to the plain...… read more >
Posted 11/13/2016
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Epilepsy: What People Don't See (Infographic)

There's so much more to epilepsy than meets the eye. Below the surface, living with epilepsy can mean days spent in bed, missed appointments, and alternate days when we seem "fine." We know that epilepsy comes with hundreds of possible...… read more >
Posted 10/02/2016
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10 Things Other Parents Need to Know About Epilepsy

Epilepsy Awareness Day is coming up on March 26! Be sure to wear purple and tell others about life with epilepsy.To spread epilepsy awareness, we’ve asked some of our favorite bloggers to share their experiences and what they’ve learned. Our first...… read more >
Posted 03/15/2016
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Things I Wish Everyone Knew About Epilepsy

To spread epilepsy awareness, we’ve asked some of our favorite bloggers to share what they’ve learned while living with epilepsy. Our friend Ellis shares what she wishes everyone knew about living with epilepsy. Please share with the friends and...… read more >
Posted 03/15/2016
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Getting Started on MyEpilepsyTeam

Maximize MyEpilepsyTeam by sharing a little bit about yourself. This article will help you get started meeting great people on MyEpilepsyTeam. When making new connections and fostering friendships, it’s always useful to start with oneself.Begin...… read more >
Posted 07/15/2015
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