Epilepsy News: February 2018

Epilepsy News: February 2018

With just 28 days in February, this month’s Epilepsy News is with us a little earlier than usual. If a significant event pops up in the final seven days of February this year, then I’ll try and talk about it in next month’s edition as well. But with topics of technology, treatment, campaigning and design involved today, I’ve got plenty of interesting stories to tell you about what’s been happening around the world with epilepsy. Seizure Prediction is Looking More…

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Invisible Disabilities: How Autism Exists and is Linked to Epilepsy

Invisible Disabilities: How Autism Exists and is Linked to Epilepsy

Ever since I became more interested in raising awareness of epilepsy, I’ve spent plenty of time reading news stories regarding disabilities on the BBC website, as well as other places online. Obviously, I can’t label one disability as the most difficult to deal with. But when browsing, articles and videos often talking about problems for people affected by autism are quite common. After telling my readers how I’m thinking about finding out more about various other invisible disabilities last month,…

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The Future: Why Honesty is my Policy

The Future: Why Honesty is my Policy

When deciding what to write in this first paragraph, I felt quite eager to tell you all that I’ve spent the last hour and a half setting up a new Facebook event I hope a fair few of my friends will attend in ten days. Can you guess what it is? If you know me well, then that’s right; it’s my birthday, and I’m turning 29 this time. I’ll be within that last year when the 365-day count down starts,…

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Personal Review: January 2018

Personal Review: January 2018

I’m quite sure that nearly every person I’ve talked to about January has labelled it as their most dull month of the year. And, as positive as I try and be, I do agree with them. It was difficult at times; I was frustrated by lots of little events. But, I also managed to gather a few important added experiences that suggest the rest of the year could go ahead and get a lot better too. I Think I Twisted…

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Epilepsy News: January 2018

Epilepsy News: January 2018

Welcome to 2018s first grasp of epilepsy news. I’ve gathered more information that only claims something has happened, and that people with epilepsy will, could be or have been affected by it in either a positive or negative way. Are you interested? I’m afraid I’ve not been able to write as much about epilepsy-related news this week. One new 9 am to 5.30 pm job started for me just yesterday, and I only heard about it on the Friday before…

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Epilepsy and Memory Problems: My Head isn’t Quite Right.

Epilepsy and Memory Problems: My Head isn’t Quite Right.

A writer in more places than one, I’ve also been searching for paid employment, and this sometimes leaves me having to think quite quickly when it comes to writing new articles about epilepsy. If I give you my monthly overview of epilepsy news from around the world, then the content is always available. However, on others occasions, I have to talk about how epilepsy intervenes with other subjects: for example, young people with epilepsy; celebrities with epilepsy; sudden unexpected death…

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Invisible Disabilities: Why I Want More

Invisible Disabilities: Why I Want More

Happy new year to you all! It’s 2018. As we enter a new period, I’m very much raring to make this year one where I make a much bigger impact on society. It might sound like a big task to take on, but from a professional point of view, I’m planning it out with a slow and steady program. I started my blog back in March, got more frequent with it in July, and have gained some friendly recognition for…

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