The Latest Epilepsy ‘related’ news from around the UK and the Globe. Just click on the links to read the news post (this will open a new window), then make sure you come back to our website!
LATEST NEWS FROM : EPILEPSY SOCIETY UK
- New Year’s Resolution: Reliable Medication
- Tips for making the most of Christmas
- 'It is just good to cry and let it all out'
- Why schools should teach students about epilepsy
- Health Secretary Matt Hancock reassures that Government are “taking all appropriate steps” to ensure continuation of medication supplies
- Why NICE is right to be cautious about recommending medicinal cannabis for two childhood epilepsy syndromes
- Professor Ley Sander talks about the risk of seizures following Cameron Boyce's tragic death
- Paige runs the north!
- Izzy explains why she chose to do work experience with us
- Maria thinks that her paintbrush is the best drug she's ever had
LATEST NEWS FROM : BENEFITS AND WORK UK
Read More and Click HERE –> https://www.benefitsandwork.co.uk/news
LATEST DISABILITY NEWS FROM : THE GUARDIAN UK
- 'It’s a game changer': a 690kg, cloak-wearing guide dog is making its Mardi Gras debut
- Experts' debate: will registering care workers reduce risk or restrict choice?
- Oliver Twist for all the senses: Leeds makes Dickens fully accessible
- 'I can hear them three floors away!' The theatres where you don't have to behave
- Being Aboriginal with a disability a 'double whammy', royal commission told
- Quaden Bayles, Australian boy bullied for dwarfism, leads out rugby league team
- ‘Mum, I want to go home’: heartbreaking testimony of health system failing children with disabilities
- Should we edit our DNA? The Gene Gap - watch and listen
- Episode 1: what does it mean to be human? – podcast
- Disabled and ill benefit claimants overcharged due to DWP error
- Pone: the paralysed producer making music with his eyes
- Pills are not the only way to manage chronic pain like mine | Frances Ryan
- Judy Eggleton obituary
- Student in wheelchair forced to listen to lecture from top of stairs
- Universal credit could 'steamroll vulnerable into poverty'
- Care worker sleep-in pay ruling risks becoming a nightmare | Matthew Wort
- Disability charity boss jailed after stealing from pension fund
- The best way to ‘level up’ would be an above-inflation rise in benefits | Letters
- ‘My sculptures are like shrines to my treatments’: Sharona Franklin’s mould-breaking artwork
- Red tape and bad attitudes block the way for disabled travellers
NEWS FROM : EPILEPSY ACTION
Read More and Click HERE –> www.epilepsy.org.uk/news/blogs/