Listen to these epilepsy-related, CDC podcasts for reliable health and safety information when and where you want it.
A Minute of Health“A Minute of Health” podcasts provide a one-minute overview of a weekly topic.
Responding to Seizures
When helping someone with a seizure, it’s important to remain calm. This podcast discusses what to do if you witness someone having a seizure.Released 11/26/2015.
Epilepsy is a brain disorder characterized by recurrent seizures. This podcast discusses known causes of epilepsy and how to decrease the risk of developing it. Released 11/7/2013.
A Cup of Health
"A Cup of Health with CDC" podcasts include interviews with epilepsy experts.Responding to Seizures
Running time= 6:23
As traumatic as epilepsy can be for the person experiencing seizures, it can be just as troubling for witnesses who want to try and help. In this podcast, Rosemarie Kobau, MPH, MAPP, discusses the appropriate way to help someone who is experiencing a seizure. Released 11/26/2015.
Running time= 4:25
Approximately 150,000 people in the U.S. develop epilepsy each year, and more than two million have been diagnosed with it. Epilepsy is a brain disorder characterized by recurrent seizures. In this podcast, Rosemarie Kobau, MPH, MAPP, discusses ways to control and prevent epilepsy. Released11/7/2013.
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