Purple Day raises epilepsy awareness

CBC.ca – ‎21 hours ago‎ Purple Day, a worldwide event held on March 26 in support of people with epilepsy that raises awareness about the condition, has Nova Scotian roots. Founder Cassidy Megan is from the province. She started the event in 2008 when she was just nine. Scottish Daily Record – ‎Mar 25, 2016‎ MARIA Croce talks to two families living with epilepsy who want to share their stories on Purple Day, dedicated to raising epilepsy awareness. Shares; Comments. Get daily news by email. Invalid e-mail. Subscribe Thanks for subscribing! Could not … The Hindu – ‎Mar 25, 2016‎ Epilepsy is not a curse, or any mental illness, or a sign of low intelligence. It is not contagious also. But misconceptions rule strongly condemning patients to miserable lives. Epilepsy can be controlled…


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