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50 Years of Exemplary Work in Headache Medicine

We congratulate the National Headache Foundation’s Executive Director, Mary Franklin, on her 50 years of exemplary work in headache medicine. On September 20, 1970, Mary started working for Dr. Seymour Diamond, who had a family practice with a growing contingency…

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Rachel’s Invisible Pain

I decided to share “My Migraine Story” on my 44th birthday because far too many people suffer from the invisible pain of migraines and we need to share our stories so that others can understand our experiences.

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Five Simple Ways to Raise Awareness in the Workplace

Originally published by migraineheadacheawarenessmonth.org Today is the first day of National Migraine and Headache Awareness Month. We are kicking off MHAM by recognizing Headache at Work Day to raise awareness for the need for employer accommodations for people living with…

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How Someone With Chronic Migraine Can Qualify for Social Security Disability

How Someone With Chronic Migraine Can Qualify for Social Security Disability

https://youtu.be/CMzEc4gz6Zkhttps://youtu.be/dr-w6CdZPBs By Rachel GaffneyOutreach Specialist If you experience chronic migraine that makes it difficult or impossible for you to work you can file a claim for Social Security disability benefits. You will need to provide medical documentation of your illness…

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NHF is Hiring

NHF is Hiring

The National Headache Foundation is looking for a full-time Executive Assistant for Chicago office Responsibilities: Assist the Executive Chair with correspondence and other tasks. Assist the Executive Director with event planning, including venue and vendor research. Develop guests lists for…

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