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In the December 2018 edition
Breaks, burns and bruises
Gemma is no stranger to injuries as a result of her seizures, and says more awareness is needed
Top tips for staying safe
A look at some of Epilepsy Action’s tips on staying safe around the house and outdoors
Festivities, activities, managing stress and avoiding flickering lights – we look at ways to make the most of this time of year
Lending a paw
Angie shares how her seizure alert dogs changed the way she lives her life
Trying another treatment
Gill has lived with the effects of her epilepsy for many years, so when she discovered vagus nerve stimulation, she was very happy to try it
Medical files: lamotrigine
In our regular feature, we take an in-depth look at an epilepsy medicine. This issue, we find out more about lamotrigine
My Journal: Christina Evans
Christina describes living with epilepsy in rural Wales and going through university while dealing with active seizures
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