An individual is considered to have epilepsy when seizures recur over a period of time without an obvious provoking reason, such as alcohol withdrawal or electrolyte imbalances in the blood. READ MORE
Living With Epilepsy Made Me the Confident and Compassionate Woman I Am Today
Believing in myself was key to living a fulfilling life with epilepsy
Epilepsy Across a Woman’s Lifespan
Management and treatment for epilepsy may change as a woman ages
I Didn’t Find Out I Had Epilepsy Until I Was 28, But I’ve Likely Had It My Whole Life
Living with seizures has its drawbacks, but my art and my positive outlook keep me going
Study Debunks Idea That Epilepsy Can Hamper Fertility
Having epilepsy doesn't appear to lower a woman's chances of becoming pregnant, new research finds.
Would This Pot Ingredient Help You?
Latest research touts benefit of cannabidiol—a molecule from the marijuana plant that does not create a "high."
10 Tips for Living Well With Epilepsy
Do you have epilepsy and want better control over seizures? Our 10 tips may help.
Video Series, Part 2: Women Succeeding with Epilepsy
Watch amazing stories of real women coping with the daily challenges of epilepsy