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Migraine & Sensitivity to Odors

12/19/2014 05:40:30 AM

Do you have an aversion to odors, unpleasant or not, during a migraine attack? What about between attacks? Do you seem to be able to smell scents others don’t even notice? While... READ MORE > read more

Infant care tips for migraineurs

12/18/2014 05:10:33 AM

I never thought I’d be caring for an infant at almost 45, yet here I am looking after my granddaughter while her parents work. When I first made the offer I was... READ MORE > read more

Highlights of 2014

12/17/2014 05:09:23 AM

The very talented writers on have done an amazing job this year keeping us informed of the latest treatment news, sharing experiences of daily life with migraine, and spreading awareness. What... READ MORE > read more

Reminding myself of what’s already in my migraine arsenal

12/16/2014 03:02:34 AM

If you’ve been dealing with migraine disease for years and have refused to give up on treatments that may work, chances are you have tried a LOT of techniques to improve your... READ MORE > read more

Discharging student loans due to disability

12/15/2014 08:03:56 AM

Migraineurs have enough to worry about without facing the financial burden of student loans. Our best laid plans to increase our income by getting an education can be ruined by migraine disability.... READ MORE > read more

How do you know when postdrome is over and your brain is back and ready for work?

12/14/2014 17:14:46 PM

When you consider yourself a smart, capable person who is good at taking initiative and getting things done, it can be hard to put on the brakes.  I can definitely use business-speak... READ MORE > read more

Top migraine food triggers

12/12/2014 21:08:55 PM

From Halloween candy, to Thanksgiving celebrations and now the Holiday season, one thing is a constant as the days grow shorter: Lots of food. And many of those foods can be migraine... READ MORE > read more

Why I probably won’t be at your party (a letter)

12/12/2014 05:37:43 AM

Dear ________, I got your Facebook invitation the other day.  You know, the event invitation you shared with me an a lot of other friends.  The party/show/gathering sounds like so much fun,... READ MORE > read more

Neck Pain and Migraine

12/11/2014 11:44:47 AM

Although neck pain doesn’t get a lot of attention as a migraine symptom, it’s actually more common than nausea, a hallmark symptom of migraine.1 In a recent study, 69% of people with... READ MORE > read more

Feeling Stressed, Anxious, or Hopeless? How Your Thoughts Drive Your Emotions

12/10/2014 05:00:48 AM

Our thoughts influence how we feel. They alter how we act. They even go so far as to shape our very realities; what we think drives what we pay attention to and... READ MORE > read more

Migraine is not invisible!

12/09/2014 05:13:38 AM

We’ve all heard migraine described as an “invisible illness”, but to the experienced eye, migraine isn’t invisible at all. Even when we actively try to hide it, there are tiny visible cues... READ MORE > read more

OTC Medications for Relief of Severe Migraine: Acetaminophen/Acetylsalicylic Acid/Caffeine vs. Ibuprofen

12/08/2014 10:22:33 AM

Half of migraineurs experience severe pain during an attack and more than 20% report extremely severe pain. Even patients with severe migraines often choose to treat an attack with non-prescription medications. The... READ MORE > read more

The smell of a fireplace: please don’t let this be a new trigger!

12/08/2014 05:44:44 AM

In August, Jim and I moved to a new house here in Athens.  Ten years to the day after my buddies helped me move into the house I affectionately call “the Purple... READ MORE > read more

In your face, migraine!

12/07/2014 18:55:46 PM

This week it was my privilege to enjoy a conversation with JP Summers, organizer of In Your Face, Migraine National Pie Challenge to benefit the Migraine Research Foundation.  Like many of us... READ MORE > read more

5 Reasons to Be Hopeful About the Future of Migraine Treatment

12/06/2014 17:54:48 PM

We often hear a lot of dismal news when it comes to migraine: less than 1/20th of 1% of the National Institute of Health’s budget goes toward migraine research, there’s no preventive... READ MORE > read more

Stigmatizing pain behaviors: Trigger avoidance

12/05/2014 05:36:56 AM

I promised everyone some more specifics on “pain behaviors”, so here’s one example. Some types of “pain behavior” contribute to stigma even though they are healthy. Migraine may be considered an invisible illness, but... READ MORE > read more

Expressing Gratitude for my Migraines

12/04/2014 11:18:42 AM

During the holiday season I am constantly reminded to practice gratitude. I love the Three Good Things thread where we are encouraged to post three things daily that we are grateful for... READ MORE > read more

A 2-week challenge for better sleep: can you go screen-free after 8pm?

12/03/2014 13:20:50 PM

In the last few years, I’ve spoken more and more with migraine patients about the trouble they have falling asleep and staying asleep.  As regular readers of this site know, interrupted sleep... READ MORE > read more

The Roller Coaster of Fluctuating Migraine Frequency

12/02/2014 05:59:13 AM

Have you ever felt like you were on a migraine roller coaster, where your migraine frequency seems to be going up and down, up and down? You’re not alone! This is a... READ MORE > read more

Shortage of headache specialists worse in some states

12/01/2014 08:39:28 AM

Currently there are 416 UCNS-certified headache specialists in the U.S. to treat over 36 million migraine patients. Simple math would say that’s 1 doctor for every 86,538 patients2.  Unfortunately for some patients,... READ MORE > read more

When the migraine-free time comes to an end, what do you do?

11/30/2014 18:39:04 PM

Have you ever thought you were pretty much in the clear with migraines, that the illness was a thing of the past?  And then did you have the experience where the dreaded... READ MORE > read more

When I say “I’m good,” even I am not sure if I’m being truthful

11/28/2014 20:23:27 PM

I’m writing this on the last day of September (though it’s possible you readers won’t see it for awhile after that since we roll out blog posts over time).  I have had... READ MORE > read more

Giving Thanks

11/27/2014 21:08:37 PM

When you’re mired in the thick of migraine, it can be difficult to find things to be grateful for. This month, readers have been sharing three good things that happen to... READ MORE > read more

I want a cure!

11/27/2014 21:04:01 PM

This is the battle cry of almost all migraineurs. Here at, we often get inquiries from people asking how to cure their migraines. I sure wish we could offer a cure.... READ MORE > read more

Wishing I could give advice to myself before I was ever diagnosed with migraine

11/26/2014 05:42:53 AM

I’ve had migraine disease for about twenty years now, but, like many people, my condition went undiagnosed for many years.  During those years, I did what I could to take care of... READ MORE > read more

Surviving the Latest “Totally Effective” Migraine Treatment

11/25/2014 05:17:08 AM

Last week, my hometown newspaper posted an online article with a headline that boasted a “95% effective” migraine treatment. (I’m not going to go into specifics here, as I don’t want to... READ MORE > read more

We at are thankful!

11/24/2014 15:21:47 PM

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, we at wanted to express our gratitude by sharing some of the many things that we are thankful for. And of course, we encourage you to... READ MORE > read more

FDA Issues New Guidelines for Developing Abortive Migraine Meds

11/23/2014 10:36:35 AM

Recently, the FDA provided new guidelines for all new Migraine medications that are being developed. Any new drug would have to provide evidence that it eliminates headache pain within 2 hours of... READ MORE > read more

Completely Unofficial Made-Up Migraine Types: The Wave

11/21/2014 05:28:17 AM

Have you ever walked along the beach, your feet tracing the ever-changing line where water meets sand? Perhaps your flip-flops are in one hand and your pant legs are rolled up as... READ MORE > read more

Migraine Causes, Migraine Triggers

11/20/2014 05:10:57 AM

Many people come to looking for information on migraine causes, but the search terminology can lead you astray. You’re probably looking for why you had a migraine yesterday – maybe if... READ MORE > read more

“Migraine Brain” Part VI – Self-reflection

11/19/2014 13:23:29 PM

This is the last of a six-part series on coping with “migraine brain”. If you have missed the earlier posts, start with the basics of Executive Skills. When this series started, the... READ MORE > read more

New trigger- not wearing my glasses

11/18/2014 05:36:56 AM

Last summer, I got a new vision prescription for the first time since I was seventeen (for those who are counting, that’s exactly half a lifetime ago now that I’m thirty-four years... READ MORE > read more

How I Rate my Migraines

11/17/2014 04:52:13 AM

I have a rocky relationship with the pain scale. Though I think it can be a useful tool for communicating my pain level, I’ve come across several problems with it. First is... READ MORE > read more

Emerging From the Migraine Black Hole

11/16/2014 19:57:43 PM

My Migraines go in cycles. There’s never a day without one, but some weeks are more tolerable than others. Bad weeks can include trips to the ER, changing meds, researching new treatments,... READ MORE > read more

Feature Migraine Documentary in the Works

11/14/2014 12:45:22 PM

From the New York Times to Indiewire to Kickstarter, migraine has gotten a lot of attention in the last couple weeks! It’s all thanks to “Out of My Head,” a feature documentary... READ MORE > read more

Allodynia between attacks may contribute to your next migraine

11/14/2014 12:23:17 PM

A study published in this month’s edition of Cephalalgia confirms the results of a 2011 study. Migraineurs have a lower threshold for painful heat perception, even between attacks. This newer study also... READ MORE > read more

Thanks for Your Concern… I Don’t Want to Talk About It

11/13/2014 05:22:03 AM

A friend came over for a few minutes and we chatted for a bit. I’d just returned from vacation so he asked how it was and if I’d felt great the whole... READ MORE > read more

“Migraine Brain” Part V – Emotional control

11/11/2014 18:48:09 PM

We are nearing the end of this series on “migraine brain”. I hope that you are feeling reassured that your symptoms really are legitimate.  But more than that, I hope you have... READ MORE > read more

Building Migraine-Friendly Habits, 66 Days At a Time

11/11/2014 05:06:58 AM

Most of us have heard the old adage that it takes 21 days to establish a new habit. If you’re trying to live healthier, however, researchers want you to know it’ll likely... READ MORE > read more

You snooze, you lose: on the difficulty of waking up in the morning

11/10/2014 04:48:42 AM

If you’ve been reading articles on and/or doing independent research about your illness, you know as well as I how often you hear certain nuggets of tried and true advice.  For... READ MORE > read more

Stress as a Trigger?

11/09/2014 11:28:36 AM

Often when I talk about my migraines, the subject of stress comes up. This doesn’t surprise me, as the connection between stress and migraines is often discussed. This article talks about how more... READ MORE > read more

The strange early signs of a migraine attack

11/08/2014 17:35:48 PM

Some of the earliest signs of a migraine attack are less obvious, even to people with migraine. It’s important to identify these early symptoms in the prodrome stage, as early detection can... READ MORE > read more

Migraine Mantras

11/07/2014 06:43:42 AM

After at least 12 years in a perpetual migraine attack, I finally got a break this year with a digestive enzyme called diamine oxidase. I still have chronic migraine, but I can... READ MORE > read more

CGRP Monoclonal Antibodies for Migraine Prevention: Published Phase II Results

11/06/2014 21:46:20 PM

Few agents have been approved for migraine prevention, none of which were developed for this purpose. The discovery that calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP), a potent vasodilator and neurotransmitter, plays a role in... READ MORE > read more

How to know which advice to take: to rest or not to rest?

11/06/2014 06:50:41 AM

Hearing advice and recognizing it as smart is one thing; following that good advice is quite another. Here’s a different conundrum, though: how do you know which good advice to take?  ... READ MORE > read more

6 Tips for Making Holiday Plans Go Smoothly

11/05/2014 11:10:19 AM

Hosting parties, having houseguests and gathering my loved ones at the dinner table bring me great joy. They’re all also tremendously difficult for someone with chronic migraine. With much practice, I’ve figured... READ MORE > read more

Motivational Interviewing in action

11/04/2014 04:55:37 AM

Previously, I introduced you to the Stages of Change derived from a style of counseling called Motivational Interviewing. I invited you to examine the qualities of each stage to and discover your... READ MORE > read more

Savoring this healthy time while I can

11/03/2014 17:32:41 PM

Guess what?  I’ve been feeling pretty good in the last few months, migraine-wise. Summertime is a notoriously difficult time for my migraine brain, but this year’s slightly cooler temperatures paired with my... READ MORE > read more

What are your “three good things”?

11/02/2014 09:07:56 AM

One of the best techniques I’ve learned to improve my ability to cope when migraine wears me down is to make note of three good things that happen each day. It may... READ MORE > read more

Pain behaviors can perpetuate stigma

10/31/2014 18:52:51 PM

Pain behaviors are all the things people naturally do when in pain. Yet these very legitimate behaviors are some of the excuses people use to blame patients and accuse them of lying.... READ MORE > read more

Children & Migraine: 11 Things Parents Need to Know

10/30/2014 05:30:07 AM

Migraine often looks so different in kids than adults that even parents who have migraine don’t realize their child’s symptoms are actually migraine. Here are some facts and information about children and... READ MORE > read more

The Unintentional Detox

10/29/2014 12:16:45 PM

I’ve often wondered if any of my meds were actually working. The cocktail often gets reworked about every 3 months as I see my Headache Specialist. When I return, I don’t really... READ MORE > read more

The newbie’s guide to

10/28/2014 05:35:59 AM is a pretty big website. It’s easy to get lost and overwhelmed when searching for information.  So I’d like to give you a brief tour.  Bookmark or print this page and... READ MORE > read more

Even informal mindfulness practice can help migraineurs

10/27/2014 11:15:06 AM

While I and many of you rely on abortive meds to kick a migraine to the curb once it shows up, daily care even when a migraine is not threatening to show... READ MORE > read more

Feeling Bad about Feeling Bad: Visiting with Family

10/26/2014 11:34:57 AM

Every summer my extended family goes to the beach for a reunion-type vacation. I was blessed to marry into a large Lebanese family that believes in the importance of spending quality time... READ MORE > read more

Facial pain during migraine explained

10/24/2014 10:50:02 AM

Do you ever get sinus pain, watery eyes, nasal congestion, jaw or ear pain during a migraine? You can blame these strange symptoms on your sphenopalatine ganglion. Spheno-what? The sphenopalatine ganglion, or... READ MORE > read more

Depression and Migraine: more than just comorbid conditions

10/23/2014 17:41:58 PM

With Depression awareness month this October, I wanted to look back to my own experiences. I had almost forgotten that I once struggled with it daily over ten years ago. It held... READ MORE > read more

Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Migraine, and Understanding the Invisible Nature of Abuse

10/22/2014 17:56:32 PM

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. While some people might not see a connection between domestic violence and migraine, it’s there, both as an explicit connection (with domestic violence increasing the risk... READ MORE > read more

Study investigates the treatment of migraine in the emergency department

10/22/2014 14:39:05 PM

A recent review that examined the treatment of migraine in the emergency department was published in the journal Headache.1 Migraine is a common reason for emergency department visits, but data on patient... READ MORE > read more

Expressing gratitude: whom do YOU want to thank, and why?

10/21/2014 14:21:26 PM

Like any chronic illness patient, I could fill a book with my list of frustrations and complaints. From being angry that I have another migraine at another friend’s wedding to being frustrated... READ MORE > read more

Tell the truth, have you ever lied to your doctor?

10/20/2014 12:24:56 PM

If you’d asked me 10 years ago if I’d ever lie to my doctor I would have said no, absolutely not. Honesty between a doctor and patient is necessary to get the... READ MORE > read more

Book Excerpt-Not Tonight: Migraine and the Politics of Gender and Health

10/19/2014 19:17:06 PM

I’m a sociologist of medicine and for the last 10 years, I’ve been researching and writing about migraine. I’m excited and proud to announce that my first book on migraine, Not Tonight: Migraine... READ MORE > read more

How to respond to “How are you?”

10/18/2014 12:33:04 PM

“How are you” is considered a polite question to ask in almost every situation. When you have migraine, it can be difficult to answer in a socially appropriate way. Most of us... READ MORE > read more

18 things not to say to a person with migraine

10/17/2014 04:58:48 AM

You responded to our original Things not to say article with more frustrating comments you’ve heard from misinformed people about migraines. So we’ve included them in our updated graphics below. Although lowering... READ MORE > read more

When do you just call it a day?

10/16/2014 15:55:20 PM

Some days I wake up with the ghost of a migraine teasing at my temples and my neck.  I can’t tell if it’s going to settle in or if I am in... READ MORE > read more

“Migraine Brain” Part IV – Getting the job done

10/15/2014 18:21:39 PM

When it comes to “migraine brain” I hear a lot of complaints about having too many unfinished projects. Some even share that they frequently forget what they were doing if interrupted. Additionally,... READ MORE > read more

Top 10 Migraine Triggers, According to New Study

10/14/2014 18:43:35 PM

A new study1 has identified the top 10 migraine triggers and the frequency at which they occur. The study’s author* culled this list by examining a collection of existing migraine studies in... READ MORE > read more

Need to Recharge? Try Taking a Brain Break

10/13/2014 18:10:54 PM

Most of us with migraine know the benefits of a short nap, but what happens when you don’t have the time or the space for a nap? Are you destined to finish... READ MORE > read more

Migraine Choice Mistakes

10/12/2014 18:26:06 PM

How often do you do something that you know you shouldn’t because you have a Migraine – you make the choice anyway? I’m sure I am not alone when I answer this... READ MORE > read more

Wading through the postdrome

10/10/2014 05:22:45 AM

It’s been awhile since I made a point of writing while in the throes of a migraine attack. This afternoon, a migraine that had been creeping around for a good 12-15 hours... READ MORE > read more

Saving Money on Acupuncture

10/09/2014 18:51:33 PM

Acupuncture is a frequently recommended migraine treatment that works wonders for some people. Unfortunately, it is expensive, requires multiple sessions to see if it will help you, and is rarely covered by... READ MORE > read more

Cluster headaches explained

10/08/2014 10:26:09 AM

There are several types of headache disorders, not just migraine. That’s why it’s so important to see a true headache specialist. All headaches are not equal and treatments for each one can... READ MORE > read more

Tips for getting moving again while dealing with migraine

10/07/2014 05:43:39 AM

Before chronic migraines I was very physically active. If I wasn’t giving it my all it wasn’t good enough. With chronic migraines I continued to exercise as much as I could, but... READ MORE > read more

Tips for safe and effective medication storage

10/06/2014 17:06:50 PM

Medication is a huge topic for anyone who has migraines. One topic that is often overlooked is the safe and effective storage of medications. These medications are expensive, and we often don’t... READ MORE > read more

Should You See a Chiropractor for Migraine?

10/05/2014 17:14:44 PM

As a long-time chronic migraineur, I’ve been the recipient of numerous “have you tried X?” suggestions. Topping the list of recent suggestions given by well-meaning friends, family, and strangers is chiropractic care.... READ MORE > read more

Even social butterflies need quiet time to keep stress low

10/03/2014 06:38:51 AM

For most of my life, I’ve thought of myself as a social butterfly. I’m thankful that I have always made friends pretty easily, and after a little bit of understandable anxiety in... READ MORE > read more

Running Through the Zoo & Miles for Migraine

10/02/2014 05:29:13 AM

Earlier this year, I wrote about “Crunching my Way to the Zoo,” and all of the trials of exercise after being inactive for so long. Finding an exercise plan that doesn’t anger... READ MORE > read more

Are you ready for change?

10/01/2014 05:08:00 AM

One of the things I miss about practicing psychotherapy is the challenge of helping people make change.  Unlike other health care providers, counselors and therapists are not in the business of telling... READ MORE > read more

Separating Depression Symptoms From Migraine Symptoms & Frustrations

09/30/2014 04:47:23 AM

“Is today my birthday?,” my nephew asked his mom days before his third or fourth birthday. When she said no, he said, “Well, is it my birthday season?” My sister laughed and... READ MORE > read more

I finally have insurance, and it’s a blessing and a curse.

09/29/2014 08:18:57 AM

Like many fortunate people out there, for years I took for granted my health insurance.  I was covered continually from birth onward.  When I graduated college, my parents got coverage extended so... READ MORE > read more

“Migraine Brain” Part III – Catching up after an attack

09/28/2014 10:13:04 AM

One of the challenges with migraine-related cognitive deficits is that it can leave migraineurs with a sense of running behind. I have often described it as “playing catch up“. I will start... READ MORE > read more

Bargaining to Get Rid of Migraine

09/26/2014 05:23:28 AM

“What would you give up to never have another migraine?” This question pops up online a lot, from social media to forums to drug ads. People usually respond to it eagerly. When... READ MORE > read more

Why Can’t a Cold Just Be a Cold? I Always Get a Migraine, Too.

09/25/2014 05:45:44 AM

When I’m sick with anything other than migraine, I joke with my friends and family: “I can handle a migraine like a pro,” I say, “but give me the cold, the flu,... READ MORE > read more

National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day Sept 27, 2014

09/24/2014 08:59:55 AM

Saturday, September 27, 2014 is National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day from 10am to 2pm. This is a nation-wide event that encourages patients to clear out their medicine cabinets of unused prescriptions and... READ MORE > read more

“Non-Preferred” Generics Increase Co-Pays for Triptans, Other Drugs

09/23/2014 11:36:11 AM

Insurance companies are prohibited from denying insurance to chronically ill patients or charging them more for coverage under the Affordable Care Act. Instead, companies are raising costs for patients with health conditions... READ MORE > read more

Special education services for children with migraine

09/22/2014 13:12:37 PM

Migraines can seriously impact a child’s social and emotional development. They can also present a significant barrier to educational success. If your child has migraines, you know how difficult it can be... READ MORE > read more

Midlife Migraine Linked to Parkinson’s Disease

09/21/2014 18:40:06 PM

Many migraineurs, especially women, feel better as they age, but a new study has important implications for those who don’t. A study published this week in Neurology1 suggests that people who experience... READ MORE > read more

Acting out Pain

09/20/2014 07:38:21 AM

There’s a lot of talk these days about Jennifer Aniston’s new role in her latest movie, “Cake,” in which she plays a woman dealing with chronic pain. I’m completely intrigued by this... READ MORE > read more

Sensory Processing Sensitivity (a.k.a. Highly Sensitive People)

09/19/2014 05:35:38 AM

Migraineurs are more sensitive to sensory stimuli than non-migraineurs, certainly during a migraine, but also between migraine attacks. It is also said that the migraine brain is hyper-reactive (or hypersensitive) to stimuli.1,2... READ MORE > read more

Study suggests association between midlife migraine and late-life Parkinson’s disease

09/18/2014 21:01:09 PM

Studies have demonstrated that patients with migraine disease have an increased risk of cardiovascular and psychiatric disorders, and this increased risk is even more apparent in those migraineurs who have migraine with... READ MORE > read more

Tips for enjoying summertime outdoor concerts and festivals without worrying (too much) about migraine

09/18/2014 14:06:10 PM

I love music, and I love concerts.  Every year, like clockwork, the outdoor concerts/festivals start popping up as soon as the weather turns warm.  In this post, I’m going to tell you... READ MORE > read more

Moving House for the First Time in a Decade

09/17/2014 08:57:00 AM

In 2004, ten years ago, I moved to Athens, Georgia.  It was to be a temporary home for me—I expected to be here for two or three years, long enough to start... READ MORE > read more

Study: Meditation Reduces Migraine Frequency, Severity & Duration

09/16/2014 18:24:15 PM

Whether you believe stress is a migraine trigger or that the behaviors caused by stress (not sleeping well, eating poorly, etc.) are the culprit, mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) can reduce migraine frequency... READ MORE > read more

Migraine & Pregnancy: What to Expect

09/15/2014 11:52:35 AM

For the majority of women with migraine, they can expect their migraines to greatly improve during pregnancy. This improvement is felt to be linked to the high steady-state levels of estrogen that... READ MORE > read more

The gut-brain connection

09/13/2014 11:33:47 AM

Nausea and vomiting are common complaints among migraine patients. Many are confused by this strange symptom. What in the world does digestion have to do with a neurological disorder of the brain?... READ MORE > read more

Migraine Hacks: A Movie Theatre with Fewer Triggers

09/12/2014 05:56:11 AM

Have you ever been in a dark movie theatre when your revery is broken by someone nearby who has taken out a cell phone?  Even if he isn’t using the phone to... READ MORE > read more

Miles for Migraine- Philadelphia1.5-Mile Walk/5K/10K Run

09/11/2014 10:06:28 AM

Saturday, October 11, 2014, Miles for Migraine, a 501©(3) organization, will hold its first dedicated race in Philadelphia’s Wissahickon Park, along Forbidden Drive, at Valley Green. Entrance is on Northwestern Avenue. The... READ MORE > read more

Invisible Illness, Invisible Person

09/10/2014 11:33:57 AM

Having an invisible illness sometimes feels like being an invisible person. This happens in so many ways: When I tell someone I’m getting a migraine and the response is, “No you’re not.”... READ MORE > read more

Hot Wings for Headaches – your questions answered

09/09/2014 15:04:37 PM

Monday I had the privilege of interviewing Dr. Dave Watson, director of the WVU Headache Center and originator of the Hot Wings for Headaches challenge. The Challenge has generated quite a bit of... READ MORE > read more

Ear pain: Is this related to my migraine or not?

09/09/2014 08:45:56 AM

Last year I wrote a blog post that was really helpful to me and to my loved ones who want to understand what it’s like to have frequent migraine attacks. (Many of... READ MORE > read more

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