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European Commission 🇪🇺 Feb 10
Today is . When 4-year old Onni from 🇫🇮 Finland was diagnosed with a rare form of epilepsy, the EU-wide network of specialists helped find the best therapy for him. Discover his story ↓
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World Health Organization (WHO) Feb 10
Three quarters of people with living in low-income countries do not get the treatment they need.
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St John Ambulance Feb 10
If someone had a seizure in front of you, would you know how to help? This World , here's our first aid advice for what to do in the event that someone has a seizure. There's also more information on our website:
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World Health Organization (WHO) Feb 10
People with seizures tend to have more physical problems (such as fractures and bruising from injuries related to seizures), and higher rates of psychological conditions, including anxiety and
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NHS Feb 10
Today is World . Epilepsy is a common condition that affects the brain and causes frequent seizures. If you see someone having a seizure or fit, there are some simple things you can do to help:
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World Health Organization (WHO) Feb 10
is one of the world’s oldest recognized conditions, with written records dating back to 4000 BC. Fear, misunderstanding, discrimination and social stigma have surrounded epilepsy for centuries
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Camila Coelho Feb 10
I HAVE EPILEPSY, and I am grateful for my life every single day! In honor of I decided to finally open my heart about living with this condition, after keeping it to myself since I was 9. There are over…
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United Nations Feb 10
Epilepsy affects around 50 million people worldwide. It's a treatable, neurological disease characterized by recurrent seizures, or brief episodes of involuntary movement. More on Monday's World :
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END EPILEPSY Mar 26
Rock your purple (rouge) today for END EPILEPSY and let’s take action virtually!
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Mount Sinai Neurosurgery Feb 10
At , our surgeons often use visualization to help plan out surgeries. This is an surgical plan, showing trajectories and DTI.
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hux | lizzie huxley-jones 🍟📚 Feb 10
I know a lot of my followers come from autism related spheres so you might be interested to know that 3 in 10 autistic people have epilepsy. This is compared to 1-2% prevalence in the general population. This is why projects like are really important!
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Embracing Complexity Feb 10
It's ! We're proud to have , and amongst our members. Epilepsy co-occurs with many other neurodevelopmental conditions - to ensure everyone gets the right treatment, we must work together to .
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Eva-Jane Gaffney Mar 26
It’s today! Here’s my epilepsy blog, I haven’t written in a while (sometimes it’s really hard to) but there’s loads in there for newbies like myself! 💜
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CURE Epilepsy Feb 10
: The first-ever global report on , recently published , calls this condition a public health imperative.
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Stacey Rebecca 🦇♿ Feb 10
Happy to all of my seizure babes 💕 Everyone should take 5 mins today to learn about how to help someone having a seizure ✨
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Angels Of Epilepsy, Inc.© Feb 10
It’s 💜💜🤗🤗💜💜 Happy everyone!
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EpiCARE Feb 11
It's fantastic to see the Colosseum in Rome lit up to commemorate . It was organised by the Italian League Against Epilepsy (LICE) chapter. Thanks for our lovely colleagues from , especially for the photo.
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Yvette B. Molina (YouniqueDiag) Feb 9
Tomorrow is International . Share your picture or video with the hashtag and help raise awareness around the world!
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UCB News Feb 10
‘Friendship & Inclusion’ is the theme of this years but due to the stigma associated with epilepsy, patients still avoid seeking medical attention and some even resort to concealing their condition from their partner at the time of marriage
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June Shannon Feb 10
My latest Irish Times piece Bringing vital epilepsy care directly to homeless people in the community ⁦ via
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