After her untimely death last summer, Morgan Christie was described by her parents as a “beautiful girl whose smile lit up every room”.
A mother has said police and social services were called after a school refused to give her epileptic daughter a cannabis oil prescription.
A talented Aberdeen student who planned to move to America to get engaged to his sweetheart has died, aged 22.
Dogs can detect a smell associated with epileptic seizures, new research suggests.
A number of city landmarks were illuminated purple on Tuesday night as part of an awareness campaign for International Epilepsy Day.
The RRS Discovery is lighting up in purple for charity.
A schoolgirl recently diagnosed with epilepsy has told the story of her condition in a live video on social media.
While most 16-year-olds worry about homework and football, Thomas Fleming often has other things on his mind.
Doctors from NHS Tayside have apologised to a family after botching a disabled 12-year-old’s feeding tube operation.
A Dundee charity worker climbed the tallest mountain in Romania recently wearing a kilt to raise funds for a local boy undergoing treatment for a rare disease.
Family and friends of a young woman who died suddenly after years of living with epilepsy have raised thousands of pounds in her memory.
The discovery of a link between the treatment of epilepsy and bipolar disorder could lead to the development of safer drugs, research suggests.
A Tayside mum is hoping that the legalisation of medicinal cannabis later this year will give her child a better life.
Tom Connelly was just 15 years old when he first tried to take his own life.
A "beautiful girl whose smile lit up every room" is how the parents of Morgan Christie are going to remember their daughter, who has died after eight years of living with epilepsy.
A young dad with severe epilepsy has been left with a stark choice – have part of his brain removed and risk losing some of his memory or continue lots of medication every day for life.
A seizure-detecting smart band could help people with epilepsy notify their caregivers in the event of an emergency.
A mother has spoken of her fears that she will injure her severely disabled daughter as she carries her up the stairs to their third-floor home.
A brain surgeon in the US has said he expects to see computers implanted into people’s brains in his lifetime.
A Dundee man who collapsed with bleeding on the brain after suffering a sickening assault has been shortlisted for a major award.