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  1. BLOG: Cyanotic Seizures, What are they?

    BLOG: Cyanotic Seizures, What are they?

    Today, one of our closest family member/supporter’s infant girl had what appears to be a ‘Cyanotic’ seizure…What is that? Her older brother has a seizure disorder, but until today, the young girl had never had any seizures, and thankfully, doctors seem to think this is an isolated incident. The youngster in...

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  2. March 26 is PURPLE DAY!

    March 26 is PURPLE DAY!

    Epilepsy is the most common serious neurological condition in the world. An estimated 50+ million people across the globe are currently living with seizures. Epilepsy is more than three times as common as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease and cerebral palsy. Sadly however, due to the longstanding social stigmas and misconceptions associated...

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