By Katie Golden - March 17, 2017
Thirty-six million Americans have migraine disease. One hundred million Americans have chronic pain[i]. Research for both diseases are severely underfunded through the National Institutes of Health (NIH). However, the effects of these... READ MORE

By Tammy Rome - March 6, 2017
In the course of seeking treatment for migraine, we may discover other health problems that must be addressed. Sometimes, migraine treatment itself can uncover health problems that would have otherwise gone unnoticed.... READ MORE

By hollybee - March 3, 2017
With Valentine’s Day just passed, I wonder how many people with chronic migraines tried desperately to have dates with their spouses or partners. Perhaps plans were made and reservations were set.  But,... READ MORE

By Anna Eidt - March 2, 2017
Living with migraine is complicated. With no shortage of “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” situations, seemingly sound decisions can quickly lead to unintended consequences. Here are five examples of just... READ MORE

By Tammy Rome - February 22, 2017
We all pay attention whenever migraine is in the news. Our first impulse is to think, “Finally, someone is paying attention!” All too often though, our longing to be taken seriously often... READ MORE

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