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  • By Orla OBrien
    Dec 17, 2006
    "Taking the 'Epileptic' out of Epilepsy: A guide for teenagers and families living with epilepsy " Teens go through many changes during their highschool years. They are discovering their own identities, navigating peer pressures, their bodies are constantly changing and their emotions fluctuating. Teenagers with epilepsy deal with all of these things, but they must also learn how to manage seizures, medications and misconceptions about epilepsy. This book is an easy to read guide for anyone who knows a teenager living with epilepsy. The author weaves together the personal experiences of individuals with medical information and advice. Includes a forward by the chairman of the Epilepsy Foundation.
  • By Mary Ellen Tuthill
    May 15, 2006
    "Taking the 'Epileptic' Out of Epilepsy" This is an inspirational book. Not only for the obvious reason that it is a labor of love from one sister to another but also for the range of information and experience it imparts. While the book focuses on teenagers, the courage and love shared by those telling their stories is universal. The advice, especially on how to react when someone has a seizure was very helpful. This book succeeds on so many levels. As someone who has a friend with epilepsy, I found it to be very helpful and will be sharing it with others. Mary Ellen Tuthill
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Christine McAuliffe
April 3, 2006
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.41 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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