Tag Archives: Women’s Health

MES Ambassador Program    My Epilepsy Story (MES) is excited to announce we are accepting applications for our Ambassador Program.  This program will have MES Ambassadors from all across the country that join with us to EMPOWER women and girls living with epilepsy and to represent My Epilepsy Story. To apply for our ambassador program you will need to be a: […]

Happy Friday friends! You’ve heard the saying, “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day…” Well to each their own, but for me, breakfast is actually my favorite meal of the day! I could probably eat breakfast food for every meal. And today, I’m super excited to share with you one of my quick […]

Hello friends! Welcome to another edition of Fresh Fridays! Today I’m sharing a recipe that will have a healthy & delicious dinner on the table in less than 30 minutes! These Sheet Pan Fajitas come from a fellow Idahoan, Sara Wells, with www.ourbestbites.com. This gal has an awesome website & IG (sara_ourbestbites), & if you […]

Happy Friday friends! It’s Jodi, MES Health & Wellness director here. I’ve been traveling for the past 2 weeks & I am sooo ready to get back to my routine! Today I’m sharing one of my favorite on-the-go snack/lunch recipes from Kendra Benson of www.ourpaleolife.com. You actually may have already seen it, because it’s one […]

Hello friends! Jodi Suglio, MES Health & Wellness director here. As promised in my lil Facebook teaser post earlier this week (if you don’t follow us on our socials, do it!), I present “Fresh Fridays!”, a weekly healthy recipe share from some of my favorite chefs, dietitians, & go-to nutrition bloggers. I will be specifically […]

We are excited to announce that we will be at UK Healthcare for their annual Epilepsy Education Day!  Please join us and hear our Executive Director/Founder Brandy Parker-McFadden as the keynote speaker. Brandy will be sharing about living with epilepsy and learning how to THRIVE while on this journey of living with epilepsy.  We are […]

I was 18-months-old when I had my first seizure.  It was during a very high fever, so considered a febrile seizure, but it was a seizure nonetheless.  My father was a doctor who had been a front line medic in World World II, but, the story goes, he completely lost his cool when I had […]

Self-Love is the regard for one’s own well-being and happiness (chiefly considered as a desirable rather than narcissistic characteristic).  Self-love is not a bad thing when we do it correctly… In life, many women and girls do not love themselves whether it is from the pressures of society or from the pain of our pasts.  We […]

  Today on our EMPOWERING Women and Girls Living with Epilepsy video series we hear from Dr. Michael Privitera from the Epilepsy Center at the University of Cincinnati Gardner Neuroscience Institute in Cincinnati, Ohio on : “Epilepsy & Stress”   Dr. Michael Privitera is Professor of Neurology and Director of the Epilepsy Center at the […]

Women with Frontal Lobe Epilepsy Most Likely to Have More Seizures While Pregnant   In a new finding, 53 percent of women with frontal lobe epilepsy, in which the seizures begin in the front of the brain, experience more frequent seizures during pregnancy, suggests a study that was presented at the American Epilepsy Society Annual […]