February 20, 2017

Migraine Buddy: An App for Collaborative Care

The Promise of Technology There is no doubt the impact smartphones and app technologies have already on health and well-being. For instance, the rise in popularity of Fitbit – a wearable device that can sync with phones and tracks metrics

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February 11, 2017

Tough Guys and Pain: Men’s Ongoing Struggle With Migraine Stigma

Stifled by Stigma We have in a previous post talked about migraine stigma.  This post, in particular, will look at how migraine stigma affects men in particular, both internally and socially. To what extent to those with migraine face differential treatment

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January 27, 2017

Sitting Down with Migraine Stigma

Two Sides of a Dangerous Coin That the direct effects of chronic migraine are debilitating goes without question; a headache, light sensitivity, and nausea that sets in can become so severe it can cloud every other aspect of existence. In

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December 8, 2016

Heeding Migraine Aura

An Early Warning Those who suffer from migraine know all too well what Allan describes in his post. Allan writes a blog for the Migraine Research Foundation, a non-profit company dedicated to increasing the understanding and treatment of migraine. In

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December 3, 2016

Is What You’re Eating Triggering Your Migraines?

Did you know that what you eat could actually be what triggers your migraine? Important New Study In the past couple of weeks, a series of news stories have reported on just that. Scientists involved in a new study from

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November 24, 2016

Shocked By Relief: Cefaly vs. The Omega Procedure

Deb Spencer of Portland, OR, desperately wanted a life not consumed with pain. After 30 years of experiencing migraine almost daily, she told Fox News it got to the point where, “I used to dread waking up in the morning,”

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