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Meet Lindsay and Skylar – A Mother-Daughter Duo Living with Migraine

Lindsay’s Lifelong History with Migraine Lindsay had chronic daily migraine from her earliest memory (around the age of 3 or 4) until she was 30. She...
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Meet Eula – A Combat War Veteran Living with Migraine

My name is Eula Moore Marshall and I’m a mom, sister, aunt, cousin, and daughter.  My life is a journey of learning new things every day. ...
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Breaking Down Trigeminal Autonomic Cephalalgias

While saying Trigeminal Autonomic Cephalalgias (TACs) three times fast is not easy, what’s truly difficult is diagnosing and treating these rare headache conditions. Receiving a correct...
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My Migraine Story: From Fear to Freedom

My Migraine Story: From Fear to Freedom I am a 41-year old woman living in sunny California, with a wonderful family and a great job. Sounds...
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Tips for Avoiding Food Triggers During Summer

Tips for Avoiding Food Triggers During Summer Summer can be a tricky season for those managing a migraine disorder. Not only are you trying to stay...
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Moms With Migraine, You Are Superheroes

Moms With Migraine, You Are Superheroes My daughter will be nine this month. I went outside to ask what she would like to add to this...
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Why Are Cluster Headaches Affected by the Seasons?

Why Are Cluster Headaches Affected by the Seasons? Cluster headaches are the most common form of the trigeminal autonomic cephalalgias. This fascinating neurological disorder causes bouts...
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Why Do We Hate Light? Perhaps the Answer is More Complicated Than We Thought

Why Do We Hate Light? Perhaps the Answer is More Complicated Than We Thought One of my earliest memories was sitting in a swing at preschool. I...
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Fifty Shades of Migraine: Vestibular, Hemiplegic & Migraine with Brainstem Aura

Fifty Shades of Migraine: Is it Vestibular, Hemiplegic, or Migraine with Brainstem Aura? If you ask most of us, we can likely list numerous “types of...
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How Does Medicare Cover Migraine?

How Does Medicare Cover Migraine? Migraine affects nearly 40 million people in the United States. Though it most commonly affects those aged 18-44, there are many...
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I Lost My Light and It Could Have Lost Me Everything

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 separating...
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Telemedicine for Migraine Patients

Telemedicine for Migraine Patients More than 39 million Americans suffer from migraine. For me, my migraine attacks started in childhood and unfortunately continued into my adult...
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