A mother has said police and social services were called after a school refused to give her epileptic daughter a cannabis oil prescription.
As part of Epilepsy Scotland’s #TalkEpilepsy campaign the charity is encouraging people living with epilepsy to share their experiences to combat stigma and talk about the impact of epilepsy.
JUST 10 children suffering from severe epilepsy in Scotland will get a cannabis-based treatment on the NHS, we can reveal.
LISTENING to Mozart can help children with epilepsy, researchers have found.
WHEN Felicity-Claire Brown started having blackouts, she was concerned.
“I CHOSE to have part of my brain removed and had to learn to walk all over again.”
A DOG named Scout is always prepared when it comes to helping his owner, Laura Ellis, stay safe.
BEN SMITH will look the picture of health today as he embarks on a 10k run back and forwards over the Forth Road Bridge.
A CERTAIN day in September, 2003, was bittersweet for Ruth Cavanagh.
WHEN Callum Gray was little, his family had no reason to think he was any different from any other child.
COLIN GRANT, who lost his brother Christopher to epilepsy, has written a revealing new book about the condition called A Smell of Burning: The Story of Epilepsy (Jonathan Cape £16.99).