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E. is for Epilepsy: A Blog By Paula Apodaca

A blog about the experiences of a woman who has had epilepsy for over 50 years. In this blog Paula hopes to encourage more diverse dialogue to take place among society in dealing with epilepsy.

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Wikipedia Entry on Epilepsy

About 50 million people worldwide have epilepsy at any one time. Epilepsy is usually controlled, but not cured, with medication, although surgery may be considered in difficult cases. Get more facts on epilepsy from Wikipedia, the free online encyclopedia that is written collaboratively by volunteers.

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Epilepsy 101 from Epilepsy.com

Seizures and epilepsy can be more complicated than you think. It's not a 'one size fits all problem'. There are many different types of seizures that can affect people in different ways. This site covers the topics of epilepsy and the brain, types of epilepsy, types of seizures, what provokes a seizure, behaviors, and much more.

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The National Society for Epilepsy Podcasts

Epilepsy related podcasts available for download including epilepsy radio project podcasts and what to do if someone has a seizure.

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Epilepsy: Patient and Family Guide by Orrin Devinsky

This book gives must-have information to those diagnosed with epilepsy. It is written by a leading expert who answers common questions, assuages patient's fears, and encourages epileptics to take an active role in their medical care. Given 5 stars by Amazon readers.

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Epilepsy Foundation Treatment Options

When the doctor has made a diagnosis of seizures or epilepsy, the next step is to select the best form of treatment. This website from The Epilepsy Foundation of America covers the different types of treatments available and how to choose the best option. This voluntary agency is solely dedicated to the welfare of the more than 3 million people with epilepsy in the U.S. and their families.

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Clinical Trials on Epilepsy

ClinicalTrials.gov is an easy-to-use Web site that provides regularly updated information about federally and privately supported clinical trials, including more than 440 studies on epilepsy.

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Epilepsy Support and Education a Yahoo Group

An online support group that helps to bring people together with epilepsy from all corners of the world to share experiences, thoughts, and provide information. All ages are welcome and you don't have to be epileptic to join. Parents and loved ones are welcome to join! 570+ members.

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10 Important Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Epilepsy

Going to the doctor can be intimidating. You might feel rushed and forget to ask questions that are important. It's always a good idea to know what to ask beforehand and to take notes when with the doctor. Here are some questions you might want to ask about epilepsy.

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About Epilepsy from Health.com

Epilepsy is not a type of mental illness or retardation. It generally does not affect how well you think or learn. You can't catch epilepsy from someone else, and they can't catch it from you. Written in plain English, using real-life examples, Health.com makes learning about your illness a little less bitter.

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