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Heads UP – Episode 114: Think Talk Treat Migraine

Dr. Lindsay Weitzel welcomed Dr. Bert Vargas to discuss Think Talk Treat Migraine (or the T3 Program for short) sponsored by Eli Lilly. It is a well-documented fact that migraine is an underdiagnosed condition and that even people who are…

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Heads UP “Live” – Episode 57: Resilience and Migraine Disease

Happy Mental Health Awareness Month! Resilience is one of the key components to living a successful life with migraine disease and other headache disorders. In honor of this special month, Dr. Lindsay Weitzel and Headache Psychologist Dr. Dawn Buse delve…

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NHF and CMA Triage Kit Offer

NHF and CMA Triage Kit Offer

The National Headache Foundation is thrilled to be partnering with Chronic Migraine Awareness to offer free CMA Triage Kits for people living with migraine. The supply is limited, so order a kit for yourself or a loved one today. Click…

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Heads UP – Episode 40: Cognitive Therapies and Migraine

Drs. Lindsay Weitzel and Elizabeth Seng continue their series on Behavioral Therapies and Migraine Disease with a discussion on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

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Heads UP-Episode 29: Music and Migraine with Kelly Leigh Hancock

Heads UP-Episode 29: Music and Migraine with Kelly Leigh Hancock

Dr. Lindsay Weitzel has a discussion with country singer Kelly Leigh Hancock. Kelly copes with her chronic migraine through music. Find out who her very famous uncle is and what he taught her about dealing with chronic pain.

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Heads UP – Episode 25: Headache and Migraine Treatment Access Guide

Kevin Lenaburg, Executive Director of CHAMP, and Dr. Lindsay Weitzel discuss access to treatment information and the new Headache & Migraine Treatment Access Guide for Medicines & Devices.

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Free Premium Migraine App to NHF Friends & Just 4 Days Remaining in $100 Gift Card Drawing

Free Premium Migraine App Until Dec. 31 Curelator Inc. is seeking people with migraine, who experience two or more attacks per month, to try out a new version of their N1-Headache App, which may help them better self-manage their condition….

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Make a Difference on Giving Tuesday

This #GivingTuesday, we are raising money for the National Headache Foundation’s program to provide migraine survival toolkits to active members of the military and veterans. For every $20 donation, the National Headache Foundation will provide one migraine survival toolkit to…

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Migraine Apps to Download Now

Migraine Apps to Download Now

Migraine apps are an excellent way to monitor migraine triggers, share data with your doctor, and keep detailed records of headache episodes which can help provide additional insight about triggers and how to avoid them.  Patterns identified from these migraine…

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Migraine University Survival Toolkits With Donation

Migraine University Survival Toolkits With Donation

Do you know a student who experiences migraine? For a limited time, get a Migraine University survival toolkit with a $10 donation to the National Headache Foundation. Each zippered canvas bag comes with an eye mask, cold/hot pack, pill holder,…

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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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Users Wanted to Test New Tool for Discovering Migraine Triggers

Users Wanted to Test New Tool for Discovering Migraine Triggers

Curelator Inc., a Cambridge, MA-based healthcare company, is working with the National Headache Foundation, to test a groundbreaking new approach to migraine management. Their first product, Curelator Headache™ is a novel web-based application that should allow people with migraine to…

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