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How to Embrace the Power of the Clinical Trial on International Clinical Trials Day and Beyond

05/28/2015 23:45:55 PM

When we pick up our prescriptions from the pharmacy, most of us do not think about where these drugs come from. Yet every pill or medical intervention – from cold medicine to... READ MORE > read more

Migraine-specific opioid treatment

05/28/2015 05:07:04 AM

In this third installment of our series on opioid medications we will be exploring some of the discoveries made about the use of opioids to specifically treat migraine. In case you missed... READ MORE > read more

My terrible posture

05/27/2015 05:03:16 AM

Growing up, I was quite the water baby.  Every summer, I was at the neighborhood pool the moment it opened for the season. I was on the swim team as soon as... READ MORE > read more

Supporting migraine research

05/26/2015 05:00:13 AM

Have you ever wanted to do something to directly impact headache science?  Research is the foundation of good science. To discover more effective Migraine treatments, we must first understand what happens in... READ MORE > read more

Facts About Photophobia and Migraine

05/25/2015 19:58:36 PM

Photophobia is one of the hallmark symptoms of migraine and can also be a symptom of other headache disorders. The journal Headache published an exploration photophobia and headache disorders in the March... READ MORE > read more

Never, never, never give up

05/22/2015 04:56:58 AM

Often attributed to Winston Churchill, this statement is a reflection of my current mood as it relates to Migraine. As a lover of historical accuracy, I couldn’t resist the urge to search... READ MORE > read more

Treximet Approved by FDA for Treatment Acute Migraine in Children

05/21/2015 20:22:37 PM

Treximet, which is a combination of sumatriptan and naproxen sodium, was recently approved by the FDA for treatment of acute migraine in children aged 12 years and above.1 This makes it the first approved combination... READ MORE > read more

Getting Appropriate Treatment for Chronic Migraine

05/21/2015 05:02:04 AM

There are three vital components for appropriate treatment of migraine: 1. consultation with a health care professional, 2. accurate diagnosis, and 3. adequate treatment. If any one of these areas is not... READ MORE > read more

When I realized mindfulness was working for me

05/19/2015 20:04:55 PM

The topic of mindfulness has come up again and again here on, and with good reason:  it’s an excellent way to manage stress day-to-day and has been proven effective in coping... READ MORE > read more

Test Your Migraine Knowledge: Migraine 101 Quiz

05/19/2015 17:15:39 PM

Migraine is an incredibly complex condition. Some symptoms are more obvious than others, making it difficult to even diagnose. We’ve put together a quiz that covers some migraine basics. Test your knowledge,... READ MORE > read more

If I could only…: desperate treatments that sometimes seem like they just might work

05/18/2015 04:56:56 AM

Anyone who’s read about migraine (either online or in books or, like most of us, both) knows that some of the remedies our fellow migraineurs of yore used fly in the face... READ MORE > read more

A mail order pharmacy works for me

05/17/2015 11:26:14 AM

Janet recently described her experiences with a locally-owned, independent pharmacy. Her story takes me back to memories of a similar pharmacy in my youth. The pharmacist knew every family by name and... READ MORE > read more

Cognitive Dysfunction During Migraine Attacks

05/15/2015 04:55:00 AM

Feeling like you can’t think clearly and unable to comprehend even simple topics of conversation, your mind is in a fog. Not being able to pay attention, find words you’ve known since... READ MORE > read more

Warrior versus Zen Master

05/14/2015 04:56:22 AM

When it comes to Migraine, I find myself struggling between the roles of Warrior and Zen Master, unsure of which to embrace. By nature I am a warrior. Visualizing myself as a... READ MORE > read more

Managing Food Triggers With Probiotics and Digestive Enzymes

05/13/2015 05:02:54 AM

Is it possible to have our cake and eat it, too (possibly literally)? Elimination diets are a pain and no one wants to give up foods they don’t have to, so finding... READ MORE > read more

Migraineur’s Guide to CAM: diagnostic tools

05/12/2015 05:02:30 AM

CAM practitioners use a variety of testing methods to assess overall wellness and diagnose patient problems. Reputable practitioners use many of the same tests that conventional doctors rely on, such as x-rays,... READ MORE > read more

Triptans and Add-On Therapy: Effects on Headache-Related Disability

05/11/2015 09:56:19 AM

The practice of combining acute treatments for migraine is common, but not well studied. Real-world data from the American Migraine Prevalence and Prevention (AMPP) Study were used to evaluate how treatment changes... READ MORE > read more

From Chronic to Episodic: An Illustrated Journey

05/11/2015 04:58:29 AM

A doctor once told me that migraines are like a river. She said my health is a bridge, and if the migraine river is overflowing I won’t be able to cross. Basically,... READ MORE > read more

Let’s Put on a Show!

05/10/2015 19:19:40 PM

Recently I drove a friend of mine to a doctor’s appointment. She was having a really crappy day, riddled with a week-long respiratory infection and muscle pain.  When she was with me,... READ MORE > read more

Holding on to Hope With Chronic Migraine

05/10/2015 19:18:08 PM

A diagnosis of chronic migraine can seem like a life sentence. As the days drag on, it feels like migraine attacks are a permanent fixture and that you will never again function... READ MORE > read more

Living With a Disease That’s Dismissed as Inconsequential

05/08/2015 05:03:04 AM

Saying that migraine has wreaked havoc on my life is the understatement of the year. It has rendered my life and my personality nearly unrecognizable. This is an experience familiar to many people... READ MORE > read more

4 Myths About Managing Your Health

05/07/2015 05:03:31 AM

Myth: Your doctor referred you to a specialist, so they must be covered by your insurance. Doctors spend eight years going to med school to learn how to fix you. They don’t spend... READ MORE > read more

Seven Ways to Support the Newly Diagnosed

05/06/2015 05:02:50 AM

Someone I care deeply about was recently diagnosed with a chronic health problem. Though the disease is different than mine, it shares many common elements: it’s invisible, it’s currently incurable, and it... READ MORE > read more

Migraine as early childhood trauma

05/05/2015 19:49:55 PM

Some of the best article ideas come from reader responses to earlier posts. Your participation helps keep the ideas flowing. This post is one of those ideas born from reader feedback. Among... READ MORE > read more

When Chronic Migraine & Motherhood Becomes Reality

05/04/2015 11:12:12 AM

The wonderful news I announced last spring that my husband and I were expecting a baby girl after so many years trying led to a much longer hiatus from the site than... READ MORE > read more

Trying to be more understanding of others’ triggers and sensitivities

05/03/2015 20:10:49 PM

In summer 2012, I wrote what I thought was a super-honest article for about how I sometimes struggle(d) to find empathy for other migraineurs.  You can read the whole thing (and... READ MORE > read more

Dear Body, Why Do You Hate Me?

05/01/2015 05:41:08 AM

Dear Body, why do you hate me? I take care of you. I eat healthy…except when you crave French fries. I exercise as much as I can until you retaliate against me.... READ MORE > read more

Headache on the Hill 2015

04/30/2015 20:10:11 PM

On Thurs, April 23rd the Alliance for Headache Disorders Advocacy (AHDA) gathered for its 8th Annual “Headache on the Hill,” (HOH). This was a chance for patients, advocates and even doctors to... READ MORE > read more

Mr. Cologne Man Strikes Again

04/30/2015 05:38:14 AM

Last week, I met with a college student who is doing a project on insurance and liability for businesses (note to self: thank goodness there are people who are interested in that... READ MORE > read more

Finally solving a 40 year-old trigger

04/29/2015 05:10:07 AM

My family has a rich oral history. One of the more popular stories involves my father and me. It was his habit to read to me almost every day. This continued until... READ MORE > read more

Migraine Diet Recipes and Flavor Combinations

04/28/2015 05:03:16 AM

I’m an improvisational cook, so these suggestions are more about flavor combinations than detailed recipes. Many of my suggestions are simply legumes or browned meat, sautéed veggies, and a grain all mixed... READ MORE > read more

Radical Acceptance

04/27/2015 05:09:34 AM

There are a lot of uncomfortable realities that we face when coping with Migraine. Often our instinct is to resist, fight against, or try to change these realities. While there’s nothing wrong... READ MORE > read more

Patient Perspectives: Medical Marijuana

04/26/2015 18:04:34 PM

As medical and even recreational marijuana is becoming more acceptable and legal, many people are curious as to whether it would help them. “Medical marijuana for migraines,” a recent article, garnered... READ MORE > read more

Puffy eyes and the changing face of migraine

04/24/2015 05:07:08 AM

After a relatively good week, I woke up with a migraine today*. My head felt totally stuffed up and snotty, and I had the perhaps naive hope that simply blowing my nose... READ MORE > read more

Triggers versus Prodrome

04/23/2015 05:11:21 AM

Over the past 40 years, a lot has been learned about Migraine. One of the things we’ve learned is that attacks can start hours before the onset of pain. This prodrome can... READ MORE > read more

Food Allergy Testing for Migraine Triggers

04/22/2015 05:41:08 AM

Is food allergy testing a good way to test for migraine triggers? This is a common question when people are overwhelmed by the details of an elimination diet. The answer is: it’s... READ MORE > read more

Migraineur’s Guide to CAM: plant-based medicine

04/21/2015 05:49:37 AM

Herbalism is still the primary health care for most of the world. It is only in developed countries that pharmaceutical drugs have taken the lead. Most of the world relies on experts in... READ MORE > read more

A closer look at “the salt cure”

04/20/2015 05:10:38 AM

There is a tip making the rounds on Facebook that you can stop a migraine by drinking salt water. Some even suggest adding lemon juice. There is also someone promoting a book... READ MORE > read more

Headache Camp: From Mom’s Seat

04/19/2015 07:38:42 AM

I’ve written about my several in-patient stays at Thomas Jefferson University’s Headache Center, AKA “Headache Camp.” Those articles are from my point of view. But those around me experience my hospitalizations differently.... READ MORE > read more

9 Things People With Chronic Migraine Want You to Know

04/18/2015 18:44:21 PM

1. Chronic migraine is not the same as chronic pain. Migraine is known for causing severe head pain, but it also causes a constellation of other neurological symptoms that can be felt throughout... READ MORE > read more

A nightmare of incense

04/17/2015 07:18:27 AM

Over the holidays, my Avid Bookshop staff and I wanted to have a little party to celebrate the season and each other.  As always, I tried to make things more complicated than... READ MORE > read more

Migraineur’s Guide to CAM: energy and touch therapies

04/16/2015 05:01:52 AM

Reiki is a form of energy healing that originated in Japan in the early 1900s. The original practice was founded by Mikao Usui as a form of self-improvement. It is easily recognized... READ MORE > read more

Headache Camp: Round 2

04/15/2015 05:06:46 AM

I previously wrote about an in-patient treatment program at the Jefferson Headache Center in Philadelphia. I fondly refer to it as “Headache Camp.” My first trip was in August 2013 and I’ve... READ MORE > read more

Why It’s So Hard to Identify Food Triggers

04/14/2015 05:04:20 AM

If you’ve tried to track migraine triggers, you’ve probably gotten frustrated by how difficult it can be. Here are some of the reasons it’s tough to identify specific food triggers. Triggers tend... READ MORE > read more

“You’re the best at yourself”: How my beau’s words of wisdom helped me

04/13/2015 04:56:40 AM

My boyfriend—ahem, fiancé—is someone I have talked a lot about here in my articles. Since 2006, Jim has been a constant source of encouragement, comfort, and sometimes a few doses of... READ MORE > read more

Risks of long-term opioid treatment

04/12/2015 16:56:31 PM

In the first installment, A balancing act – opioid use throughout history, we reviewed some historical highlights to help us understand how we arrived at the present situation. Now we’ll cover many... READ MORE > read more

Another Take on Faking It

04/10/2015 05:54:17 AM

With friends, at work, at the doctor’s office, in casual interactions in public… every situation Katie mentioned in Faking It is a situation in which I have faked it. I was so... READ MORE > read more

Completely Unofficial, Made-Up Migraine Types: the Hourglass

04/09/2015 05:39:25 AM

Those of you who have been involved with for awhile now may be familiar with my series of articles focused on “Completely Unofficial, Made-Up Migraine Types.” It’s been both entertaining and... READ MORE > read more

Rethinking exercise

04/08/2015 05:32:09 AM

Given the choice, I’d rather eat nails than exercise in any way. Unfortunately it’s not one of my triggers, so I can’t even use that excuse. I’ve always been clumsy, awkward, and... READ MORE > read more

How a local, independent pharmacy helps me with migraine care

04/07/2015 05:32:00 AM

Having trouble affording your meds or getting advice? Try your local pharmacy! For many years, I was like a lot of people in that I automatically went to chain pharmacies (I hesitate... READ MORE > read more

Migraine Diet: Reintroducing Foods

04/06/2015 05:22:44 AM

How Long to Stay on the Diet A migraine elimination diet is the first step in figuring out your food triggers. Ideally, you’d wait to reintroduce foods until you’ve had a period... READ MORE > read more

Migraineur’s Guide to CAM: exercise and meditation

04/05/2015 05:20:08 AM

Exercise We often think of exercise as something to do to improve fitness. While these exercise methods can improve physical fitness, their purpose is to reduce stress, improve mental functioning, and create... READ MORE > read more

Top 10 Migraine Triggers According to a New Study

04/04/2015 05:05:26 AM

Kerrie Smyres recently reviewed a new study identifying the top 10 migraine triggers and the frequency at which they occur. Read on for the top 10 triggers, in the order at which... READ MORE > read more

Driving under the influence of migraine

04/03/2015 07:27:19 AM

We try so hard to disguise our pain. We cook and clean and shop and work – all while coping with nasty migraine symptoms. Giving up is a last resort. Yet there... READ MORE > read more

Migraine is Stressful

04/02/2015 05:16:32 AM

In all the ways we talk about the relationship between stress and migraine, very little attention gets paid to a critical element: migraine itself is stressful. Individual migraine attacks are stressful, but... READ MORE > read more

Triptan side effects – chest tightness, hiccups, and burping

04/01/2015 05:13:12 AM

In 2001, I was diagnosed with migraine at age 21 after having had attacks since I was 13 or so.  My doctor, a primary care doctor who mainly treated retirees in my... READ MORE > read more

Ketamine for Migraine Management

04/01/2015 05:10:09 AM

Imagine being transported to a place where you felt no pain. You may have an almost out-of-body experience that is peaceful and comforting. New thoughts and revelations may enter your mind as... READ MORE > read more

Who’s driving your bus?

03/31/2015 05:07:25 AM

Imagine that your life with Migraine is a bus. Sometimes it’s going somewhere and other times it is stalled or parked alongside the road. Regardless, it is YOUR bus. Do you know... READ MORE > read more

Too much Facebook for the Migraine Girl

03/30/2015 05:25:05 AM

(Written on February 21, 2015.) Today I turned thirty-five. I wasn’t upset to turn thirty five years ago despite having been warned that that would be a tough age to face.  ... READ MORE > read more

Migraine and the DMV Don’t Mix

03/29/2015 18:33:44 PM

Department of Motor Vehicles. Few words fill me with as much dread as these do. It’s more than a hassle; it’s a health hazard for someone with migraine. It’s hot, crowded, loud,... READ MORE > read more

Migraine trolls

03/26/2015 14:39:03 PM

Stigma is all too familiar to each of us. As advocates, our passion is to educate patients and the general public. We believe that education is the best way to dispel the... READ MORE > read more

Weird migraine symptom: a deep sense of foreboding

03/26/2015 05:53:16 AM

We all seem to have an eclectic assortment of prodrome symptoms, signs that a migraine attack is moving on in.  I have migraine with aura, and auras (changes in vision, tingly skin... READ MORE > read more

My Weirdest Migraine Home Remedy Tool

03/25/2015 05:28:22 AM

Pressure on my head or pulling my hair gives me some relief during a migraine attack. One night I started to drift off while squeezing my head, but woke right back up... READ MORE > read more

Migraineur’s Guide to CAM: traditional healing practices

03/24/2015 05:06:11 AM

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) TCM1,2 is a group of healing methods originating in China that developed over thousands of years and includes the use of special diets, massage, and herbal remedies native... READ MORE > read more

Patient Perspectives: Medical Marijuana

03/23/2015 05:14:37 AM

Kerrie recently wrote an article called “Medical Marijuana for Migraines”, which got a lot of attention. As medical and even recreational marijuana is becoming more acceptable and legal, many people are curious... READ MORE > read more

Surviving Life with Intractable Migraine

03/22/2015 12:44:23 PM

Living with intractable migraine is likely one of the hardest things you’ll ever have to do. The pain is constant; the isolation is intense. You’re fatigued, and you’ve had to give up... READ MORE > read more

The Five People You Meet When You Have Migraine

03/20/2015 17:59:25 PM

Talking to people about migraine can be nerve-wracking. You never know for sure how they’re going to react, but you have a pretty good hunch it’s not going to be helpful or supportive—even when... READ MORE > read more

You can make a difference with TrialLink

03/20/2015 05:07:41 AM

We are excited to let you know that there is a new opportunity for you to make a difference in migraine research! While most of us know that new medicines to treat... READ MORE > read more

Sometimes I get tired of asking for accommodations for my migraine

03/19/2015 05:10:17 AM

A few days after Thanksgiving this past year, my sister and I drove the nine-plus hours to Cocoa Beach, Florida, where my aunt bought a timeshare several years ago.  The car ride... READ MORE > read more

Additional Migraine Diet Guidance

03/18/2015 05:12:23 AM

Because it was difficult for me to find my food triggers and I was frustrated with the lack of answers to my questions, I’m giving you a lot of detail in this... READ MORE > read more

Mental health therapies that work

03/17/2015 04:59:55 AM

When someone suggests you seek psychotherapy for Migraine, what comes to mind?  It might be something like… “You don’t believe I’m in pain.” “You think I’m making this up.” “You think I’m... READ MORE > read more

Migraine Pick-Me-Ups

03/16/2015 05:03:33 AM

Since winter weather and migraine can be a tough combination, we decided to ask our Facebook community: What are your favorite pick-me-ups when you’re feeling down? Lots of people kindly shared their great ideas! See if... READ MORE > read more

A balancing act – opioid use throughout history

03/15/2015 15:58:39 PM

Nothing creates controversy in the migraine community quite like the topic of using opioid medications.  It doesn’t matter what the position or facts presented, someone will disagree. It is an emotionally-charged issue. So... READ MORE > read more

Faking It

03/13/2015 05:36:16 AM

I fake it all the time. We’ve all done it. Does that make me a bad person? Or am I just trying to get through my day like everyone else? People who... READ MORE > read more

Resisting the urge to be totally defensive

03/12/2015 14:50:43 PM

This month I got a really upsetting note from an acquaintance who aired some grievances with me.  I appreciated him/her taking the time to try to establish a dialogue with me, but... READ MORE > read more

Learning to chill out a little regarding my sleep schedule

03/11/2015 04:54:43 AM

I remember having an “Oh, DUH!” lightbulb moment many moons ago when I was researching migraine and learned that there is a bevy of sleep-related triggers: too much sleep, too little sleep,... READ MORE > read more

Did I ever tell you about the time…

03/10/2015 05:23:31 AM

Okay, I’ll admit it. I can be a self-righteous, condescending, know-it-all. It can get even worse with my pet subjects. Migraine is almost at the top of that list. I don’t really... READ MORE > read more

Migraine Prevalence and Health Care Usage: Updated Estimates

03/09/2015 14:46:27 PM

Updated estimates of the prevalence and burden of migraine in the United States have been summarized in one paper.1 The authors compiled results from four national surveillance studies: National Health Interview Survey... READ MORE > read more

Tips for Staying Sane on an Elimination Diet

03/09/2015 05:10:32 AM

To make the diet as easy as possible and reduce the cost: Avoid prepared foods (this actually simplifies the diet!). Pretty much every prepared food contains something on the list of foods... READ MORE > read more

Migraineur’s Guide to CAM: State-regulated practices

03/08/2015 18:34:15 PM

The following methods of CAM are licensed, certified, or otherwise regulated by most states unless otherwise specified. If you are concerned about the quality of care, starting with treatment options that have... READ MORE > read more

Completely Unofficial, Made-Up Migraine Types: The Clothespin

03/06/2015 05:06:37 AM

In a burst of sudden inspiration, I finally came up with the appropriate name for yet another Completely Unofficial, Made-Up Migraine Type.  You know the kind that pinches behind your eye, then... READ MORE > read more

Nationwide Recall of Toradol

03/05/2015 15:37:46 PM

Toradol, also known as Ketorolac, is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). It is used on a short term basis to treat severe pain. It can be taken as a pill, used as... READ MORE > read more

Early childhood trauma increases migraine risk

03/05/2015 15:11:35 PM

Why haven’t I addressed this sooner? Well, it’s because I’m a chicken. When the studies were first published earlier this year my gut reaction was raw emotion.  As hard as I tried... READ MORE > read more

Do you have any tips for a respectful, effective ER visit?

03/04/2015 19:50:38 PM

Over the last few years of writing for and engaging with you awesome community members, I’ve noticed something that I find so disheartening: it seems that many of you have been... READ MORE > read more

Prescription Drug Discount Cards and a GoodRx Review

03/03/2015 10:41:13 AM

Migraine medications are often so expensive that many patients can’t afford the medications they need. One study found that 37% of patients didn’t fill triptan prescriptions because of the cost.1 Prescription drug... READ MORE > read more

Treating migraine with talk therapy

03/02/2015 20:41:13 PM

Many of us are reluctant to accept a referral for mental health services. In the past we have been told that migraine “is all in your head” or that migraine is a... READ MORE > read more

The Ins and Outs of Intractable Migraine

03/01/2015 17:24:36 PM

What It Is: Intractable migraine, also called refractory migraine and/or status migrainosus, is the medical term used to describe a persistent migraine that is either 1) difficult to treat or b) fails... READ MORE > read more

Community Poll – Words That Describe Migraine

02/26/2015 09:38:40 AM

After reading The Migraine Girl‘s recent article on patient-created language, we became curious about YOUR favorite terms for describing migraine. So we asked our Facebook community: What are some of your self-created phrases you use to... > read more

Not knowing how much you can take ’til you’ve made it through

02/26/2015 08:19:41 AM

As I have mentioned a handful of times on here, I tend to run cold and very often have cold fingers and toes.  At six feet tall and very thin, I usually... READ MORE > read more

Why Wasn’t I Chosen for a Clinical Trial?

02/25/2015 19:49:11 PM

In any clinical trial, participants must meet certain criteria to be eligible to participate. There are two commonly used terms when describing clinical trial eligibility, and those are “inclusion criteria” and “exclusion... READ MORE > read more

Saving money on migraine treatments

02/24/2015 11:38:50 AM

If you’ve been following us for very long, you likely hear advice like this: Use abortive, preventive, and rescue medicines. Try acupuncture, chiropractic, etc. See a headache specialist. Stock up on ice... READ MORE > read more

Migraine Elimination Diet: Foods to Eat, Foods to Avoid

02/24/2015 05:01:53 AM

The easiest way to follow this diet is to keep meals very simple. You’ll trade a few months of dietary boredom for lots of information about your own migraine triggers. In the... READ MORE > read more

Meal skipping: chicken or the egg?

02/23/2015 05:44:57 AM

Meal skipping is one of my sneakiest and most common migraine triggers.  I am a 34-year-old woman who can (usually) manage a successful business and family life (including regularly feeding my cat),... READ MORE > read more

H.O.P.E. Hold on, pain ends…really?

02/22/2015 18:08:18 PM

There are some sayings that, while meant to be encouraging and uplifting, are simply not true. This is one of those phrases, an acronym actually. Acronyms are designed so that each letter... READ MORE > read more

Migraine Treatment in the ER

02/20/2015 18:32:30 PM

Going to an emergency room with migraine is a nightmare. It’s loud, bright, smelly and chaotic. Health care providers may suspect that you’re not really in pain, but are looking for opioids... READ MORE > read more

10 secrets of successful chronic migraineurs

02/19/2015 05:13:45 AM

Chronic migraineurs face horrific attacks day after day, along with painful co-morbid conditions that disable them to the point they can no longer work, need help with house work and can barely care... READ MORE > read more

Post-migraine triage

02/18/2015 12:37:52 PM

I was about to say that the transition from summer to fall 2014 hadn’t been easy on my migraine brain this year, but it might be more apt to say that the... READ MORE > read more

I have a choice

02/16/2015 21:01:54 PM

When migraine comes knocking, I have a choice. I can choose to fret and feel sorry for myself or I can choose to proactively treat the attack. When I’m not sure what... READ MORE > read more

Those Quirky Migraine Symptoms…

02/16/2015 05:40:24 AM

We know that migraine is so much more than just head pain – nausea, vomiting, sensitivity to light… the list of possible symptoms seems to go on and on. While certain symptoms... READ MORE > read more

Who Works With Migraine? The Healthcare Providers You Can Turn to for Help

02/15/2015 12:01:16 PM

When you’re first experiencing migraine, it can be difficult to know where to get help. This is particularly true if you’re not yet sure what you’re experiencing (i.e. don’t yet have a... READ MORE > read more

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