Epilepsy Remains A Mystery to Many, Yet More Americans Affected Than Ever Before

Epilepsy is a disorder of the brain that is characterized by seizures that can be debilitating and even life threatening. Although epilepsy is widely recognized, few understand it – even those who know someone with the disorder.1 And this misunderstanding causes stigma that makes it harder to treat, while the number of adults and children challenged by epilepsy in the U.S. is increasing. Dr. James Wheless, Professor and Chief of Paediatric Neurology, Le Bonheur Chair in Paediatric Neurology, University of Tennessee Health Science Center offers steps to mitigate deadly risks, reduce related healthcare costs and burden.

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