If you have not yet heard of Aimovig, it’s a new preventative migraine treatment option for adults. I am trying it, and feeling hopeful.
I Lost My Light and It Could Have Lost Me Everything Red, puffy eyes. Swollen runny nose. Frustration, anger, grief, and sadness so intertwined that
Telemedicine for Migraine Patients More than 39 million Americans suffer from migraine. For me, my migraine attacks started in childhood and
There are several ways to think about migraine and its relationship to stroke. Migraine is a disease that affects the nerves in our body, as
It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s a Super-Responder: A Story of Life After Aimovig I sat staring at my phone, anxiously hitting the
I remember my reaction when someone would suggest a natural remedy for my debilitating migraine disease. “They were one of those people who thought
When we first become moms we face all sorts of new challenges and changes. Those of us managing migraines have an extra challenge.
Scientific evidence supports the positive role of physical activity in the management of migraine.
When I got to college it seemed as if everyone around me was anxious. I was convinced that everyone was being dramatic. Then one day it hit.
2018 has arguably been one of the most transformative years in migraine, from revolutionary treatments to worldwide awareness. Here's a recap!
For many of us, fewer migraines is a hopeful New Year's Resolution. Here are some strategies to help you overcome your migraine disease.
We've asked people with migraine what gifts they'd love to receive this holiday, plus the gifts you should avoid at all costs. Here's what they said.
Are you finding yourself struggling with the idea of your migraine disorder vs. your career? It has crushed me to. Here's how I've coped.
Have you felt let down by the ER? Here's a bit more detail on how I feel that the ER is missing the boat for me, as a migraine sufferer.
Over the course of a day, the average person will walk three miles. Over the course of three days, Dearric Winchester will run more than 72 times
Professor Lyn Griffiths Executive Director, Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation, Queensland University of Technology, Australia Conclusion:
I glanced at the unfamiliar things on my bed: a vaporizer, a grinder, a spoon, and two containers of marijuana. How did I end up here?
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