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Part 6 - Kennedy Space Center! by Kelly Patient Expert Well, it seems very appropriate somehow that my update about our visit to Kennedy Space Center lands so... Read on »
Part 5 - Universal Studios Orlando and Wheelchair Woes! by Kelly Patient Expert So after traveling to Florida, adjusting to the heat, and two days at Disney theme parks - our third day... Read on »
Part 4 - Disney's Animal Kingdom & Hollywood Studios! by Kelly Patient Expert Part 4 - Journey to Disney's Animal Kingdom and Disney's Hollywood Studios (two separate theme parks for... Read on »


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Epilepsy is not a single medical condition in itself. It is a symptom of a range of other conditions that cause somebody to have repeated fits, which are also known as seizures. Epilepsy is a relatively... » Read on
The main symptoms of epilepsy are repeated seizures. Doctors who treat epilepsy classify seizures by how much of the brain is affected. There are: partial seizures - where only a small part of the... » Read on
Epilepsy is not strictly an isolated medical condition in itself, rather it is a symptom of other conditions that have affected the brain. Epilepsy can have a number of causes. For example, it is sometimes... » Read on
Epilepsy can be difficult to diagnose because there are many other conditions that can cause seizures, such as migraines, or panic attacks. If you have had a seizure, you will be referred to a specialist... » Read on
Treatment for epilepsy will not normally begin unless you have a second seizure. This is because a single seizure is not a totally reliable indicator that you have epilepsy. However, treatment will begin after... » Read on

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