Did You Know? September 9, 2022

An infographic titled Did You Know? Text says: 1 in 10 people will have a seizure in their lifetime. Fifty-six percent of people with epilepsy had a seizure within the past year. More than half of US adults don’t feel confident they could provide seizure first aid. Epilepsy and seizure first aid training information is available at bit.ly/Epilepsy-DYK-2022.

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