A recent review article highlights possible problems with bone health in children and young people with epilepsy. They may be at a higher risk of broken bones than youngsters without epilepsy – and may benefit from extra vitamin D.
|65 million - Number of people worldwide with epilepsy|
|1 in 26 people in the United States will develop epilepsy at some point in their lifetime|
|6 out of 10 - Number of people with epilepsy in which the cause is unknown|
|150,000 - Number of new cases of epilepsy in the United States each year|