We are overwhelmed to say that our amazing London marathon runners have raised a spectacular £65,000!
Young Epilepsy’s Transition Support Service was created to work with young people aged 14-25 who have epilepsy to improve their outcomes and help reach their full potential.
The world wept purple tears after the shocking news that iconic music legend Prince had unexpectedly passed away on 21 April.
Young Epilepsy, Epilepsy Action and Epilepsy Society have launched a survey for women aged 16-50 to find out how aware they are of the potential risks of taking the epilepsy drug sodium valproate during pregnancy.
We are delighted to announce that Professor Cross has been awarded the title of NIHR Senior Investigator.
You could be in with a chance of winning a free place at this year’s Prudential Ride London, a world-class festival for cycling.
A young man with epilepsy has been reportedly left embarrassed and victimised by Burger King staff after they refused him access to their disabled toilet when he started to feel a seizure come on and felt dizzy.
A recent episode on hit show ‘Supervet’ featured five year old Hetty the labrador, who is a guide and seizure alert dog to Toni, who has epilepsy and is also blind. Hetty is visiting the animal hospital as she is having difficulty walking.
Research in Taiwan suggest that children and young people who have type 1 diabetes are three times more likely to develop epilepsy as apposed to those without.
We knew it wouldn’t be long until Young Epilepsy Champions Awards winner, Owen Thurston would attract the attention of the BBC for his continued awareness campaigns for epilepsy. Owen has had epilepsy since he was five years old and has used his personal experiences to help others.