Disney Warns 'Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker' Could Trigger Seizures In People With EpilepsyEpilepsy is one of the most common neurological diseases, affecting about 50 million people worldwide.
Boston-Based Telemedicine Program Helping Diagnose Subtle Seizures In ChildrenAbout three in 1,000 children suffer from seizures, but some seizures can be subtle and hard to identify.
Boston Hospital Testing Device To Rid Epilepsy Patients Of SeizuresBrigham and Women's Hospital in Boston is testing a new painless device to try to rid epilepsy patients of their seizures.
Pitts Stop: Shutesbury Couple Bikes Coast-To-Coast For Epilepsy ResearchArleen and Cliff Read raised about $40,000 for the Epilepsy Foundation by biking coast-to-coast from Washington to Boston.
Living Life Without Seizures: The Latest in Epilepsy TreatmentsWhen medication fails to control seizures, there are newer options that are working for some patients.
Providence College Basketball Team Honors 15-Year-Old Boy With Rare Genetic DiseaseThe Providence College basketball team recently honored a 15-year-old boy who has a rare genetic disease.
Boston Children's Hospital Testing Epileptic Seizure-Detecting WatchLocal researchers have developed a watch that can tell a parent if their child is having a seizure.
New Campaign Educates Latinos on Epilepsy