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By hollybee - January 5, 2017
If some migraine triggers are potentially avoidable (lights, sounds, smells, food, drinks, the weather, hormones, stress), are we to blame for our attacks if we knowingly expose ourselves to them?  And, if... READ MORE

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By Katie Golden - January 4, 2017
My 81 year old grandfather recently had his bladder and prostate removed. I had the privilege to stay long hours in the hospital with him, to comfort him and be his advocate.... READ MORE

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By Tammy Rome - December 30, 2016
Sometimes trying to get other people to understand life with migraine feels like a losing proposition. The cry of exasperation, “No one understands if they don’t have migraine!” is all too common.... READ MORE

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By Anna Eidt - December 30, 2016
It’s easy to find research espousing the benefits of a good cry. According to Dr. Judith Orloff of Psychology Today, continuous crying (i.e. the emotional kind as opposed to the “there’s something-in-my-eye”... READ MORE

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By Editorial Team - December 29, 2016
At the end of each year, we always look forward to taking a step back to see the tremendous amount of input, support and engagement you help to provide to the Migraine.com... READ MORE

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By Avanir Pharmaceuticals, Inc. - December 27, 2016
There are many different medications approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat migraine. Yet despite the availability of several options, patients may not be completely satisfied with their... READ MORE

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By hollybee - December 23, 2016
We’ve all heard it: people questioning whether or not the condition is real. And if they even believe there is such a thing as migraine, many still can’t fathom the severity of... READ MORE

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