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
- 2017 ended with a disaster but we're not beaten
- How our lifeguard saved my life
- An album for Epilepsy Society - "Moments" by Georgie Alice
- My journey on the ketogenic diet - part 2
- How you helped our sodium valproate campaign by filling in our survey
- My journey on the ketogenic diet
- Me and my epilepsy
- My experience of sodium valproate
- How new mum Gina was diagnosed with epilepsy
- Top tips for working with epilepsy
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
- Esther McVey makes disability benefits U-turn over payments
- Down's syndrome test could see condition disappear, C of E warns
- Writing a book helped me come to terms with my twin's death
- The new work and pensions secretary is an insult to disabled people | Frances Ryan
- Letter to Louis by Alison White review – the courage of care
- Salvage Operation | Made In Stoke-on-Trent
- BME people severely underrepresented in top English arts bodies
- People accept that I’m gay, but not that I’m disabled
- From Richard III to Captain Ahab: what literature reveals about how we treat disabilities
- Disabilities are not always obvious. Don't judge us without knowing the full story | Nia Sims
- Invisibility of disabled people in the media | Letters
- Randolph Bourne's 1911 essay on disability shocked society. But what's changed since?
- Jeremy Hunt has raised the stakes in how history will judge him | David Brindle
- Educational support for deaf children in England 'in complete disarray'
- Vogue’s ‘New Suffragettes’: where are the women with disabilities? | Frances Ryan
- What I’m really thinking: the deaf parent
- Are there any good portable MP3 players for blind and visually impaired people?
- US drug firm offers cure for blindness – at $425,000 an eye
- 'A rolling walking stick': why do so many disabled people cycle in Cambridge?
- Our benefits system has become a racket for cheating poor people | Aditya Chakrabortty
NEWS FROM : EPILEPSY ACTION
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