Thanks to the Affordable Care Act (ACA), Susana Septimo no longer wages a desperate balancing act between staying healthy or going bankrupt. Susana, age 62, has diabetes and glaucoma. She is a housekeeper and has no health insurance through her work. Befo... read more
By: Kerrie Pruitt, on behalf of her son, Joshua Pruitt At the age of six, Joshua had his first seizure. He had complained of a headache, so I gave him some children’s Tylenol and put him down for a nap. I went to wake him and his eyes were rolled to t... read more
Ron Sarraf (r) with his husband, Daniel Berrios and step-son, Adam Berrios In 2006, Ron Sarraf was driving through Napa Valley in California when the spores of a fungi plant happened to be wafting through the dry, desert ... read more
Jacksonville.com, May 5, 2017 Joshua Prewitt of Clay County, suffered his first seizure at age 6 and has had them intermittently since. He has initiated several efforts to increase public education about epilepsy will receive an award at the Epilepsy Foun... read more
Florida Politics, May 2, 2017 Michael Bowen, Guest Author You may have heard about a man having a grand mal seizure on the Florida Senate floor two weeks ago. That was me. I am a die-hard conservative activist. I support Floridians’ now-constitutional r... read more
CW, May 1. 2017 Dave Aizer chats with Marisol Valdes and Dyalmis Izquierdo about the upcoming “Walk The Talk” for Epilepsy fundraiser.
Kevin D. Thompson April 27, 2017, Palm Beach Post To help raise awareness — and money — for Floridians who are battling epilepsy, The Epilepsy Foundation of Florida is scheduled to host its annual “Walk the Talk for Epilepsy” on Sunday at John Pr... read more