3 Epilepsy Patients Paired With Service Dogs Through The Oscar ProjectThe Epilepsy Foundation just paired seizure response dogs with three epilepsy patients.
Specially Trained Dogs Paired With Epilepsy PatientsThree Pennsylvania residents with epilepsy received specially trained dogs Saturday thanks to a local foundation.
State House Hearing In Pittsburgh Takes Testimony On Medical MarijuanaLegalizing medical marijuana -- the issue stirs emotion, as members of the state House Health and Judiciary Committees discovered at a hearing in Pittsburgh.
Viral Rap Video Featuring Steelers, Local CEOs Raising Epilepsy Awareness"This is your boy, Diesel Kiesel, on WEPF-FM. Shout out to my boy David Malone and the Epileptic Foundation with this hot new track!"
Art Rooney Raps For EpilepsyArt Rooney is breaking it down in a new rap video.
Parents, State Sen. Fight For Legalization Of Pot To Treat Epilepsy Parents of children with different types of epilepsy explained how medical marijuana could help their kids without the serious side effects of other drugs, at a town hall meeting in Export Tuesday night.
Service Dogs Provide Independence For People Suffering From EpilepsyMost think service dogs only help the blind.
3 Epilepsy Patients Receive Therapy Dogs The Epilepsy Foundation is helping three people in our area live with less fear about when their next seizure may occur.
"Free Care Fund Telethon" To Help Children's HospitalElizabeth Dietz and her brother, George, take a break at Children's Hospital.
#AJO Pay It Forward Phenomenon SpreadsKDKA-AM's Larry and John talk to Jason and Sarah O'Neill, parents of Alyssa Josephine O'Neill, who died suddenly from an epileptic seizure and sparked a worldwide movement, along with Pitt running back James Connor, Alyssa's good friend.
Teen’s Death Prompts Pay It Forward Movement, Continued By Pitt Running BackA worldwide movement is underway to honor a Pennsylvania teenager who died after suffering from an epileptic seizure.
Medical Frontiers: EpilepsyKDKA's Robert Mangino and Dr. Gerald Pifer welcomed two doctors from the West Penn Allegheny Health System to discuss epilepsy causes and treatment options.