Seizures - Prevention
Note: If you think you may have a seizure disorder or are being evaluated for one, do not drive, operate heavy machinery, swim, climb ladders, or participate in other potentially dangerous activities until a doctor specifically approves these activities.
Seizures - Home Treatment
Find out what to do when someone you're with has a seizure.
Seizures - Preparing For Your Appointment
A list of questions that will help your health care professional diagnose and treat Seizures.
Epilepsy Treatments: Find the Right Medication
WebMD helps you navigate epilepsy medications to find the most appropriate one for you.
Understanding Seizures and Epilepsy
WebMD explains various types of seizures, including those not caused by epilepsy.
Epilepsy Drugs for Children
There are a wide number of drugs available for treating epilepsy in children, and advances in the past years have made a difference. WebMD tells you more.
Epilepsy and the Spinal Tap
One test for epilepsy is the spinal tap, which can measure pressure on the brain, the presence of abnormal cells or bacteria, and glucose levels. WebMD explains why and how the procedure is performed.
On the Frontline of Epilepsy Treatment
WebMD interviews Gregory L. Barkley, MD, former chairman of the Epilepsy Foundation's Professional Advisory Board, on the current state of epilepsy treatment.
WebMD explains how epilepsy is diagnosed.
Seizures - Check Your Symptoms
WebMD provides the symptoms of seizures and a checklist for you to assess yourself.