International Epilepsy Day 2021

International Epilepsy Day is a day set aside to show to the world that : Sufferers of epilepsy can live a normal life Epilepsy is not Contagious Tell Sufferers that they are not alone Give Support to sufferers General awareness and bring more to the light of adhering to medication. Making sure we bring value ….  Read More


Angela Asemota is very passionate about epilepsy issues. She founded the Angie Epilepsy Foundation in 2010 when her son was diagnosed of epilepsy and she later   discovered that medication adherence is a key to living a life free of seizures. In her years of Experience, She has also discovered that persons with epilepsy have other ….  Read More

No Turning Back

I think that I have carried a residing fear and anxiety that people would discover I suffered from epileptic seizures for most of my life. I hated wearing the Medic Alert bracelet that my parent’s acquired for me at the age of 13. Wanting for a healthy life, I often felt disadvantaged even deprived by ….  Read More

…in the know

Epilepsy is not hereditary. Epilpesy is a brain disorder that causes seizures and abnormal sleep patterns. Epilepsy can affect different parts of the body (brain, spinal cord or immune system). There are two main types 1. Spontaneous Epilepsy: Spontaneous Epilepsy is caused by damage to the brain, spinal cord and/or nervous system caused primarily through ….  Read More

The young woman with a SECRET- E1

Once upon a time, there was a young woman who fell in love… They met in tango class. The girl was a university student, and the man was a doctor. They had long conversations. They imagined their future together. They wanted to have kids; one boy and one girl. The young woman’s doctor was concerned about ….  Read More