Book review: WE WERE LIARS by E. Lockhart

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Book review: WE WERE LIARS by E. Lockhart

07/24/2014 11:00:19 AM

Regular readers of this site may remember that I am always keeping an eye out for books that deal with migraine.  I’m interested in novels that feature characters who have migraine disease,... READ MORE

The Migraine Food Trigger You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

07/23/2014 12:08:22 PM

I went from having a migraine attack nearly every time I ate (no exaggeration) to having only a few a week. The explanation of how I did it is long and involved.... READ MORE

Five Tips for Traveling with Chronic Migraine

07/22/2014 18:32:22 PM

Summertime is traveling time for many of us. Unfortunately, travel and chronic migraine don’t often mix. Make the most of your trip with these five tips: Update your medications. Make sure you... READ MORE

Migraine management confidence boosters

07/21/2014 14:06:43 PM

Before I had to quit working due to headache disorders, I discovered the need for creative ways to manage migraine. As a home-based family therapist, I practically lived in my car. Everything... READ MORE

Migraine trigger series: weird head & neck positions

07/20/2014 21:09:23 PM

In late May I went to New York City (home of my alma mater, NYU) for a gigantic book conference.  I added in an extra day before and after the conference so... READ MORE

10 Ways Migraine is Not “Just a Headache”

07/18/2014 14:20:24 PM

Migraine is a neurological disorder that’s largely inherited and migraine attacks are terribly painful and often disabling. Sadly, though, migraine is frequently dismissed as “just a headache” and migraineurs are told to... READ MORE

Considerations for Women with Migraines During Pregnancy

07/17/2014 18:18:18 PM

We often notice valuable discussions taking place within our community forums or Facebook page that we like to highlight as a part of our Headlines. Below is a discussion on managing migraines... READ MORE

The Four Agreements for Migraine: Don’t take anything personally

07/16/2014 14:41:49 PM

In the last post I introduced the first of four agreements from The Four Agreements, “Be impeccable with your word” and shared ways to apply this agreement to life with migraine. I... READ MORE

Migraineurs who won’t seek help

07/15/2014 18:11:12 PM

One of my best friends was at the house this afternoon, talking about a buddy of hers who has frequent, severe headaches (I believe they are related to migraine but don’t know... READ MORE

Unusual Migraine Symptoms: Earaches, Ear Pain

07/14/2014 18:42:50 PM

Do your ears ever hurt or burn like you have an earache? Does the pain come and go, but never lasts very long? Have you had a doctor look at your ears... READ MORE

Will Botox Work For You? New Study May Provide a Clue

07/13/2014 08:02:07 AM

Ever since 2010, when the FDA approved Botox for the treatment of chronic migraine, migraineurs and/or our doctors have been eager to try it. (My neurologist, for instance, brings it up at... READ MORE

Potential Relationship Between Infant Colic and Migraine

07/10/2014 18:40:02 PM

This year’s annual scientific meeting for the American Headache Society occurred in Los Angeles, California on June 26-29, 2014. Among the plethora of exciting research presented was an interesting meta-analysis of several... READ MORE

The Four Agreements for Migraine: Be impeccable with your word

07/10/2014 11:09:09 AM

Years ago I really struggled with not wanting to let people know when I was getting a migraine. I didn’t want to be viewed as the one who spoiled the party or... READ MORE

Day in the Life of a Migraineur

07/09/2014 18:44:26 PM

People without migraine disease (or those for whom the disease only shows up rarely) tend to focus on what life is like for patients during an attack.  This is understandable—the attacks, after... READ MORE

Headlines from the 2014 AHS Annual Meeting

07/09/2014 18:35:17 PM

The 56th annual scientific meeting for the American Headache Society occurred in Los Angeles, California on June 26-29, 2014. The theme for this year’s meeting was “Researching and Understanding Both Hemispheres of... READ MORE

Relocating to Reduce Weather Triggers

07/08/2014 19:20:23 PM

Have you ever daydreamed about moving to a different climate so you could avoid weather-triggered migraine attacks? I made such a move almost four years ago. While your experience could be different,... READ MORE

Tips on How to Survive the Early Years of Parenthood when You Live with Chronic Migraine

07/07/2014 12:20:16 PM

Infants, toddlers, and preschoolers require a lot of attention. They’re loud. They’re rowdy. They have a seemingly endless supply of energy. They’re also needy, clingy, and irritable, and they don’t always sleep... READ MORE

Migraine hacks I wish for: magic night driving glasses

07/06/2014 19:24:12 PM

Throughout the years, I’ve wished for little tweaks that would allow me to live a relatively normal life without worrying about uncontrollable migraine triggers coming up with no warning. In this new,... READ MORE

Our Best Advice

07/04/2014 18:54:32 PM

In honor of Migraine Awareness month (#MHAM) last month, I asked my fellow patient advocates here at Migraine.com what their best advice would be to any and all Migraineurs. From great travel... READ MORE

Kids & Teens Get Migraine Relief from Biofeedback, Relaxation Training

07/03/2014 08:04:52 AM

Biofeedback, relaxation techniques and stress reduction decreased the migraine frequency and migraine-related disability of children and adolescents in a new study. In the study, these treatments, which are all forms of cognitive... READ MORE

Healthy ways to enlist help with trigger avoidance

07/02/2014 12:27:01 PM

Do you have difficulty asking others to accommodate your need to avoid migraine triggers? Trigger management has been covered here many times before. We all know that limiting our exposure to triggers... READ MORE

Early Signs and Symptoms of a Migraine Attack

07/01/2014 20:48:50 PM

As we know, people with migraine experience a vast number of symptoms during a migraine attack, and every person’s experience is unique. In addition to actual symptoms during an attack, migraineurs may... READ MORE

When you rebel and risk a migraine

06/30/2014 18:46:35 PM

I find myself wanting to confess things on here because I know that I am talking to a room (however virtual) of other migraineurs who understand what it is like to deal... READ MORE

A Whole New World

06/30/2014 08:12:49 AM

Today is the last day of the 2014 Migraine and Headache Awareness Month (MHAM) blog challenge for this year. It was hosted by the American Headache and Migraine Association and I hope... READ MORE

The Power of Vulnerability

06/29/2014 05:47:36 AM

Migraine & Headache Awareness Month blog challenge #29: “‘The Power of Vulnerability’ video will make you laugh, cry, and laugh again.” When you have an illness that’s as heavily stigmatized as migraine,... READ MORE

A Dream Job

06/28/2014 12:14:22 PM

Today’s blog challenge is inspired by a quote from Haruki Marukami, “I dream. Sometimes I think that’s the only thing to do.”

What If Your ‘Migraine-Free’ Wish Came True?

06/27/2014 11:50:49 AM

We often find ourselves making wishes, whether it be for something small like an extra 10 minutes of sleep before our alarm goes off, or something more important, like the improvement in... READ MORE

A Nutrition Intervention for Migraines – New Study Indicates Elimination Diet May Work

06/26/2014 09:08:42 AM

Dietary modification to eliminate triggers and help prevent migraine attacks is nothing new. Many of us take dietary supplements, such as magnesium and/or CoQ10, at the advice of our doctors in the... READ MORE

Embracing the good days

06/26/2014 06:05:10 AM

Today the Migraine and Headache Awareness Blog challenge is to read and comment on the poem “Still I Rise” by Maya Angelou as it relates to migraine and headache disorders.  As I... READ MORE

Why Change is So Hard

06/25/2014 10:33:32 AM

June marks Migraine & Headache Awareness Month, an annual campaign to make people more aware of the impact of migraine and headache disorders on everyone’s life. Lots of bloggers out there (including... READ MORE

Hold On – Migraine and depression

06/24/2014 08:31:11 AM

June marks Headache & Migraine Awareness Month, an annual campaign to make people more aware of the impact of migraine and headache disorders on everyone’s life. Lots of bloggers out there (including... READ MORE

Responding to patient-blaming

06/24/2014 08:19:08 AM

Today’s prompt for Migraine and Headache Disorders Blog Challenge is to watch the video, “Hold on” by Wilson Philips and apply it to migraine and headache disorders. While the song is actually... READ MORE

Chronic Migraine’s Enormous Impact on Marriage & Parenting

06/23/2014 09:34:04 AM

Anyone who has experienced chronic migraine knows it can place tremendous stress on family relationships. A new study demonstrates just how enormous the impact is. The findings speak loud and clear: 73%... READ MORE

Nerve Blocks for Migraine Safe in Pregnancy, Research Suggests

06/22/2014 08:23:17 AM

Treatment of Migraine and Headache Disorders during pregnancy is incredibly challenging for both physicians and patients. Many standard preventive and abortive treatments are  known to be unsafe for the developing fetus or... READ MORE

Nerve Blocks for Migraine Safe in Pregnancy, Research Suggests

06/22/2014 08:23:17 AM

Treatment of Migraine and Headache Disorders during pregnancy is incredibly challenging for both physicians and patients. Many standard preventive and abortive treatments are  known to be unsafe for the developing fetus or... READ MORE

Your Body Language Shapes Who You Are

06/21/2014 13:05:45 PM

June marks Migraine & Headache Awareness month, an annual campaign to make people more aware of the impact of migraine and headache disorders on everyone’s life. Lots of bloggers out there (including... READ MORE

Images of an Invisible Illness

06/20/2014 07:58:26 AM

NEXT Migraines are often referred to as an Invisible Illness. We Migraineurs master the art of hiding our pain to others. For those who know us well, one look at our face... READ MORE

Migraine Trigger Site Deactivation Surgery Studies “Not Convincing”

06/19/2014 16:57:06 PM

Migraine trigger site deactivation surgery (often called nerve decompression) has been widely touted in the general media as an effective migraine treatment, but migraine researchers have remained skeptical of its efficacy. Harvard... READ MORE

A Discussion – Changes in How We View Chronic Migraine

06/18/2014 12:52:50 PM

Research on migraines, including causes, diagnosis, treatment, triggers, and more, has been going on for several decades. While much of what we know about migraines has been well established for many years,... READ MORE

iPhone screens are like laser beams to migraineur eyes

06/17/2014 15:19:43 PM

Awhile back, I wrote a post for migraine.com about how I sometimes realize I have a migraine only when I’m in a public restroom and that awful automatic hand dryer goes off. ... READ MORE

Shift Your Perspective, Change Your Life?

06/16/2014 19:05:13 PM

This month is Migraine & Headache Awareness month. As in past years, we writers here at Migraine.com are tackling the Migraine & Headache Awareness Month Blog Challenge prompts. Today’s MHAM Blog Challenge... READ MORE

Making the Decision to See a Headache Specialist

06/16/2014 12:57:49 PM

A common question that arises for headache patients, including migraine, is when to see a headache specialist as opposed to continuing to have their primary health care provider be the one managing... READ MORE

Dreams by Fleetwood Mac

06/15/2014 05:23:49 AM

Have you any dreams you’d like to sell? Dreams of loneliness Like a heartbeat Drives you mad In the stillness of remembering what you had And what you lost And what you... READ MORE

Migraines, change, and learning to adapt

06/12/2014 09:00:03 AM

This video was adapted from the book, Who Moved My Cheese? by Spencer Johnson & Kenneth Blanchard. The basic idea is that we all pursue “cheese” (our dreams, goals, achievements) that we... READ MORE

Who Moved My Cheese?

06/12/2014 08:58:06 AM

Today is the 12th day of the 2014 Migraine & Headache Awareness Month (MHAM) Blog challenge which is hosted by the American Headache & Migraine Association (AHMA). The prompt for today is... READ MORE

Hold Fast to Dreams

06/11/2014 07:56:04 AM

As in past years, our team of patient writers here at Migraine.com is tackling the Migraine & Headache Awareness Month Blog Challenge prompts. All of the prompts and the instructions for participating... READ MORE

Intranasal Capsaicin May Be Effective Migraine Treatment

06/10/2014 11:05:25 AM

According to a small study, use of intranasal capsaicin for treatment of Migraine and other Headache Disorders may be effective. Researchers presented the results of treatment of 18 patients with the substance... READ MORE

Driving Miss Katie

06/09/2014 19:44:37 PM

I remember how excited I was as a teenager to get my driver’s license. Growing up in a small town, driving meant freedom. I could jump in the car with my friends... READ MORE

Memorable migraines: Migraine week in Panama

06/08/2014 15:11:58 PM

For a few years, I worked for an editing company headquartered in Panama City, Panama.  As luck would have it, my best friend had the same job, so when it came time... READ MORE

Lessons from Disney: Migraines, Fairy Tales, and Growing up with Ariel

06/05/2014 13:40:00 PM

As many of you are probably aware, this month is Migraine & Headache Awareness month. As in past years, we writers here at Migraine.com are tackling the Migraine & Headache Awareness Month... READ MORE

Migraine with Aura, Medication, and Stroke – Assessing the Risk

06/03/2014 19:53:57 PM

We’ve all heard it: having migraine with aura increases your risk of stroke. We know it. Our doctors know it. Hopefully, our loved ones know it and are watching for it. But,... READ MORE

Acceptance, Not Resignation

06/03/2014 07:34:25 AM

I will never be migraine-free. You may read that sentence as resignation or giving up on trying to improve my health. For me, it represents acceptance; it feels a world away from... READ MORE

Dreams & Acceptance: MHAM 2014 Blog Challenge: Day 2

06/02/2014 10:10:02 AM

As in past years, our team of patient writers here at Migraine.com is tackling the Migraine & Headache Awareness Month Blog Challenge prompts. All of the prompts and the instructions for participating... READ MORE

Dreaming of a Symptom-Free Life: MHAM 2014 Blog Challenge: Day 1

06/01/2014 07:44:12 AM

Today, June 1, 2014, is the first day of 2014 Migraine & Headache Awareness Month. Migraine & Headache Awareness Month (MHAM) is an annual observation in the United States with the goal... READ MORE

Change Your Avatar for Migraine Awareness!

05/31/2014 19:52:04 PM

June is Migraine and Headache Awareness Month – and one of the easiest ways to spread awareness is to change your avatar (profile image). You can download any of the images to... READ MORE

Migraine and Subclinical Brain Lesions

05/31/2014 18:29:01 PM

Data suggest that migraine with aura is associated with a slightly increase in risk of stroke,1 however, studies examining the association between migraine and subclinical cerebrovascular disease are limited to populations of... READ MORE

The unsolicited advice we migraineurs get

05/30/2014 13:50:21 PM

Have you tried…? My cousin had migraines forever and then stopped eating _____ and she’s fine now. Can you do that What if you try such-and-such medication? You’d be hard-pressed to find... READ MORE

Disability Income Preparation Guide

05/29/2014 06:06:30 AM

This article is for anyone who currently earns a living, but has no clue how your bills would be paid if you became disabled, whether you are a Migraineur or not. Most... READ MORE

Help Migraine Research With a $1 Donation (Really!)

05/27/2014 19:32:34 PM

Having as many people as possible donate $1 each to the 36 Million Migraine campaign is vital to migraine research. This post is not a trick. I’m not going to draw you... READ MORE

Treatment Series: The Float Tank

05/26/2014 15:19:02 PM

Some of y’all might find the following story a little cuckoo. And that’s okay. I understand that climbing into a sensory deprivation tank for 90 minutes might not be everyone’s cup of... READ MORE

SpringTMS Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Device for Migraine Receives FDA Approval

05/23/2014 13:44:25 PM

Spring TMS, the first transcranial magnetic stimulation device for migraine that will be available to U.S. patients, has received FDA approval.1 The details are sparse, but here’s what I know so far.... READ MORE

Migraine Workplace Horror Stories

05/23/2014 11:08:33 AM

Migraine attacks are known to negatively impact many aspects of everyday life, one of which is how we function in the workplace. Migraine prevalence has been shown to peak between the ages... READ MORE

Opioid Prescriptions and Headache Patients in Primary Care

05/22/2014 11:17:00 AM

My Two Cent Summary of a Study Presented at AAN At this year’s annual American Academy of Neurology (AAN) meeting, a study was presented on the prevalence of primary care doctors prescribing... READ MORE

Holding on to Hope

05/21/2014 12:24:47 PM

In December 2003, I thought I’d tried every available migraine treatment except for the occipital nerve stimulator I was to have implanted at the end of the month. I thought the stimulator... READ MORE

Five Tips for Dating with Chronic Migraine

05/20/2014 12:46:01 PM

With the difficulties we have staying employed and keeping long-time friends, many chronic migraineurs believe dating is simply out of the question. The pain, nausea, fatigue and trigger-laden date-time hot spots just... READ MORE

Alice in Wonderland Syndrome – A Real Life Experience

05/19/2014 16:13:27 PM

If you look around the Internet, you’re likely to find the same information about Alice-in-Wonderland syndrome repeated over and over again. This information generally emphasizes that the syndrome’s symptoms alter and distort... READ MORE

When you notice you’re feeling good, suddenly you feel bad

05/17/2014 14:47:42 PM

Has this ever happened to you?  The moment you really are aware of how well you’ve been feeling, you get sidelined by a migraine. Last night I was walking downtown with my... READ MORE

Letting Go of Guilt

05/16/2014 16:52:25 PM

Guilt isn’t technically a migraine symptom, but, from talking with migraineurs, it seems just as prevalent as sensitivity to sound and nausea. For some of us, the mental and emotional weight of... READ MORE

New Headache Guidelines Published: ICDH-3 beta

05/14/2014 12:09:50 PM

It has come to light that there is a need to improve upon the way migraine headache is diagnosed. In a 2011 study of 250 people who were newly diagnosed with migraine,... READ MORE

New Headache Guidelines Published: ICDH-3 beta

05/14/2014 12:09:50 PM

It has come to light that there is a need to improve upon the way migraine headache is diagnosed. In a 2011 study of 250 people who were newly diagnosed with migraine,... READ MORE

Taking a Closer Look at the Herbal Remedy, Butterbur

05/13/2014 08:09:33 AM

Herbal remedies have great appeal because of their perceived lack of side effects. While most of such remedies are indeed free of side effects, a few are not. Another problem with herbal... READ MORE

Grateful for an understanding friend

05/12/2014 20:00:54 PM

Next to Jim and my family, my friend S. has been with me through more migraines than anyone else in my life. She’s very protective of me and very careful to make... READ MORE

Fending Off Migraine-Triggering Heat: My Secret Weapon

05/12/2014 13:39:23 PM

With summer comes heat and more migraine attacks for many of us. Fortunately, there are some tricks that make heat a little easier to cope with than other weather triggers. In addition... READ MORE

Living Well with Rapid-Onset Migraines

05/11/2014 07:11:43 AM

You’ve talked to your doctor about severity, intensity, disability. You’ve spoken about symptoms, auras, and triggers. You’ve discussed preventatives, abortives, and rescue medications. Have you mentioned speed of onset? If not, you... READ MOR

Completely Unofficial, Made-Up Migraine Types: The Ninja

05/08/2014 20:51:30 PM

I’m about ten minutes into this particular made-up migraine type as we speak, and I am really tempted to add to its name a series of expletives that are not fit for... READ MORE

Migraine Preventives: Where to Start?

05/07/2014 15:30:27 PM

Whether you’ve never taken a migraine preventive or have tried many, choosing which one to try next can be daunting. A great place to start is with recommendations the American Academy of... READ MORE

Hi, it’s me. Your Migraine

05/06/2014 17:30:37 PM

I can’t believe you don’t know who I am. I mean, we spend a lot of time together—I know you inside and out, yet you don’t recognize me. Let’s see. Let me... READ MORE

I’ve Tried Everything

05/05/2014 16:38:30 PM

“I’ve tried everything.” These words get used often by Migraineurs. I absolutely use this phrase as a defense mechanism. As soon as I share with someone that I suffer from Chronic Migraines,... READ MORE

How do you explain migraines to family, friends, & colleagues?

05/03/2014 18:35:48 PM

Because migraine symptoms are often not outwardly visible, it becomes difficult for those around you to understand what you are experiencing when you have a migraine. We asked our Facebook community how... READ MORE

Top Ten Things You Should Know if Your Spouse Has Chronic Migraine

05/03/2014 05:20:37 AM

#1) Migraine is much more than a headache. In fact, for many of us, it is migraine’s other symptoms (the dizziness, blurred vision, trouble talking, mood swings, difficulty concentrating, and noise and... READ MORE

Promising New Migraine Drugs in Development

05/01/2014 18:24:52 PM

The first medications developed specifically for migraine prevention in more than 50 years show promise in phase II drug trials. Both drugs target CGRP, a protein long thought to have a significant... READ MORE

Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide (CGRP) in the Prevention of Migraine: Positive Phase II Results from Two New Studies

05/01/2014 18:18:34 PM

Results from two separate studies investigating new therapy for the prevention of migraine were presented at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Neurology (AAN).1 Both novel Phase II studies examined... READ MORE

Managing Migraine Triggers: Sometimes You Just Gotta Dance

04/30/2014 12:38:08 PM

Concert venues are a hornet’s nest of migraine triggers. They’re hot and crowded, the music is loud and the lights are bright and flashing. Fellow concertgoers bathe in perfume or cologne and... READ MORE

Recognizing Pain

04/29/2014 16:37:24 PM

People with migraine often have trouble getting others to believe that they are really in pain. And why should this be easy? Pain is invisible and subjective. We all handle pain differently,... READ MORE

Having a migraine far from home

04/29/2014 11:14:05 AM

Memorable Migraines: Somewhere in Switzerland During my senior year of college, I met a guy whom I dated off and on for a couple of years. He was a best friend of... READ MORE

Treatment Medications & Transformed Migraine

04/28/2014 12:35:07 PM

One thing we’ve learned about Migraine through research in recent years is that there are identifiable patterns among people who transform from Episodic to Chronic Migraine. While it’s not possible to say... READ MORE

Biofeedback Journey

04/27/2014 12:51:11 PM

Have you ever tried biofeedback? During the first appointment with my Migraine specialist, he recommended biofeedback. I’d heard a little about it, but never looked into it or read too much about... READ MORE

Pain Reduces Sexual Desire in Females

04/25/2014 18:31:54 PM

“Not tonight dear, I have a headache.” Due to the popular belief that women use headaches as an excuse to avoid sex, many female migraineurs loathe to use migraine as a reason... READ MORE

Third Edition of International Classification of Headache Disorders Published

04/24/2014 18:54:21 PM

The third edition of the International Classification of Headache Disorders (ICHD-3 beta) was published in July 2013.1 The term “beta” is used due to the plan to coordinate the ICHD classification with... READ MORE

Contradictions in Coping With Migraine

04/24/2014 12:30:23 PM

How many people… Look forward to visiting their families then eagerly anticipate the end of that visit? Enjoy their careers and also resent how much time work takes from their time with... READ MORE

Income Adjustment- Ideas to Make Your Dollar Stretch

04/23/2014 20:29:54 PM

In my early 20s, I had struggled to make ends meet after a series of bad financial decisions. I grew up in a middle class family and knew the value of a... READ MORE

When the house itself seems sick

04/22/2014 11:25:09 AM

Saturday’s dishes are stacked high on the counter in the kitchen. There’s a collection of ripped envelopes and magazines on the table, recycling fodder that’s been sitting there for a few days... READ MORE

HIPAA Basics for Migraine Patients: Filing a Complaint

04/21/2014 18:49:23 PM

In parts one (your rights under HIPAA) and two (spotting HIPAA violations) of my series on the federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) that protect the privacy and security of... READ MORE

FDA Approves First Medical Device For Preventative Treatment of Migraine Headaches

04/21/2014 18:33:47 PM

In March of 2014, the FDA announced that they would allow marketing of the first transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) device for the preventative treatment of migraine headaches.1 Cefaly is a small,... READ MORE

Five Tips for Preventing Summer-Season Migraines

04/18/2014 16:17:26 PM

It isn’t even May yet, here in Texas, but the temperatures are already reaching into the 90s. For many people, this means vacations, long days at the pool, nighttime barbeques, and family... READ MORE

Mood Swings: A Migraine Warning Sign

04/16/2014 15:56:22 PM

Three-year-olds have a particular state of meltdown when they’re overly tired and overly hungry. They become completely unreasonable, won’t listen to anyone’s suggestions and can’t make decisions. This describes me when a... READ MORE

When it’s not okay to speak up about triggers

04/14/2014 19:00:56 PM

Those of you who know me in real life (or who have read my posts here on Migraine.com before) know that I tend to be an assertive, strong advocate for those with... READ MORE

Shh! Don’t Wake the Dragon! Tips for Better Sleep Hygiene

04/11/2014 19:46:18 PM

“I love sleep. Life tends to fall apart when I’m awake, you know?” -Ernest Hemingway. I can’t tell you how much I agree. When I sleep, there is a reprieve from the... READ MORE

April 26 National Prescription Take-Back Day

04/10/2014 07:03:12 AM

Experts used to tell us to flush our unneeded and out-of-date prescription medications down the toilet. Although we’ve known for some time this is not a safe option because it puts those... READ MORE

The Migraine “Cure”

04/08/2014 18:19:01 PM

Be wary of any health care provider who says their treatment will definitely reduce your migraine attacks and never, never trust anyone who says they have a migraine cure. These are my... READ MORE

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