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Celebrate November Epilepsy Awareness Month!
Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:
Thanks for the information Phylis!

saxofone1 responded:
Thanks Phylis,

I'll pass the word along to some friends.

saxofone1 responded:
Hi everyone,

have any of u taken the seizure smart quiz being passed along by the Epilepsy Foundation.

try it and pass it on

Have a good day,
hawiian_girl_73 replied to saxofone1's response:

I am just waiting for NOV to arrive. I have a purple ribbon pin, and I EFA rubber bracelet.

on the front it is red and has the logo on it and on the back it is blue and says think positive.

TO me that is really cool and I only save it for the month of nov.

dancer86442 replied to hawiian_girl_73's response:
I'll be wearing Purple All mth. I have my Purple Ribbon tattoo. And this Yr I am planting some Bushes/shrubs that I have rooted. Beautiful Purple Blooms. Will take pics when they mature & bloom. And of course, I will be more Aggressive about talking w/ PPL (friends * strangers) about our Disorder. Lord help those who meet me in the next mth. HEHE.
saxofone1 responded:
Hi everyone

A friend from my support group has written a strong story about how the war is likely to bring about an increase in seizures/epilepsy.

I think his ep is the result of a mosquito bite.

Check out his story when you get the chance.

Have a good day. Happy Halloween!!!!

hawiian_girl_73 responded:
I did not do the OZ stuff but Iahve a rubber bracelt from the EFA and a purple ribbon pin that I ahve been wearing.


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