November, 2011

Most people with epilepsy can lead normal lives

Most people with epilepsy can lead normal lives

Randy Sorgenfrei maintains buildings and grounds for Hall County, likes to hunt pheasants and watch football. He also has epilepsy. But today he lives a normal life, going to work and wherever he wants. “I’m capable of doing anything I want,” Sorgenfrei said. “I’m living a regular, normal life. I have no concerns about any […]

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Living and Working with Epilepsy

Living and Working with Epilepsy

Marietta resident John Miller has a vast collection of name tags, hats and hair nets from the 58 jobs he’s held since reaching adulthood. Miller, 49, said he isn’t out to set any records for having held so many jobs. The fact is, he hasn’t been employed since 2009, claiming a medical condition is making […]

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