HeadWise Episode 146: Sinus Migraine Hypothesis

HeadWise – Episode 146 Have you heard of the Sinus Migraine hypothesis? It is an emerging diagnosis put forth by leaders in the field of Otolaryngology. The complicated pathophysiology of migraine can create symptoms much like rhinosinusitis, even chronically. Lindsay…

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NHF Sets Washington, D.C. Operation Brainstorm Listening Session At National Press Club on Feb. 13

NHF Sets Washington, D.C. Operation Brainstorm Listening Session At National Press Club on Feb. 13

Aims to Help Veterans and Active Duty Personnel with Headache Disorders and Migraine Disease Washington, D.C. (Jan. 26, 2023) – The National Headache Foundation (NHF) announced today it is hosting the second listening session affiliated with Operation Brainstorm at the National Press…

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HeadWise Epsiode 145: Tension Headache VS Migraine

HeadWise Epsiode 145: Tension Headache VS Migraine

Tension headache or migraine? What is tension headache anyway? Those of us in the headache advocacy community often ignore tension headache. It actually plays an important role in the headache field, and there are a lot of unanswered questions on…

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NHF Sets First Operation Brainstorm Listening Session At American Legion Post 88 in Nashville, Tenn. on Feb. 7

Nashville, Tenn. (Jan. 18, 2023) – The National Headache Foundation (NHF) announced today it is hosting the first of several listening tour sessions affiliated with Operation Brainstorm at the American Legion Post 88 in Nashville, Tenn., from 7:00 – 8:30…

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Headache Medicine Certification Exam Set for March 1-14

  Practitioners Who Care for Patients with Migraine Diseases and Headache Disorders Should Review Updated Qualifications and Register by Feb. 24   Chicago, Ill. (Jan. 10, 2023) – The National Headache Foundation (NHF) announced its Spring certification exam for its…

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HeadWise – Episode 144: Allie Sealey Tells Here Migraine Story

HeadWise – Episode 144: Super talented singer/songwriter, Allie Sealey, who experiences migraine and has sung about its stigma, is helping us kick off our new season and new podcast name (HeadWise). Lindsay Weitzel, PhD and Allie share their personal stories…

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HeadWise Podcast / Videocast Kicks Off Jan. 9 with New Format

Episodes Continue to Feature Experts on Headache, Migraine Issues, and Solutions Chicago, Ill. (Jan. 9, 2023) – The National Headache Foundation (NHF) announced today that its original programming, including the long-running, popular podcast/videocast moderated by Lindsay Weitzel, Ph.D., will kick…

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WorkMigraine  Program is Now Free to the Public

WorkMigraine Program is Now Free to the Public

The National Headache Foundation (NHF) announced it is now making available free to the public its proven WorkMigraine program to help employers and employees reduce the incidence of migraine as well as the stigma associated with this prevalent health issue….

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Flu Headache

What Your Flu Headache is Telling You

The flu season is at its peak, and more and more people are becoming susceptible to the contagious virus. With this year’s intense new strain and shortage of effective vaccines, preventing the flu is crucial, especially for those who experience chronic migraine. However, for those who contract the virus, here are some things to keep in mind to understand your headache when dealing with the flu.

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Just Add Water – Robb Discovered His Migraine Trigger

A person discovers that dehydration is their migraine trigger.

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2022 Update and Big Plans for 2023

2022 Update and Big Plans for 2023

Over the past year, the National Headache Foundation has worked tirelessly to support education, advocacy, research, and awareness for migraine and headache disorders. We reached untapped communities in 2022 through our Primary Care Migraine (PCM) educational initiative, the Certificate of Added…

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How Does Pediatric Chronic Migraine Affect Parents and Children?

Episode 143: How does having a child with chronic migraine affect the parents? Do the parents’ emotional responses and attitudes affect the child’s pain/migraine experience? Tune in to hear Lindsay Weitzel, Ph.D., ask Pediatric Pain Psychologist Michelle Clementi, Ph.D., all…

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