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Heads UP – Episode 116: Treating Migraine With Infusions

Heads UP – Episode 116: Treating Migraine With Infusions – In this week’s episode of Heads UP Lindsay Weitzel, Ph.D. discusses infusions with Dr. Merle Diamond, MD. What infusions are used to break a migraine cycle and why? What medicines…

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Fearless-Grateful-Relief at Fashion Show

At the Hardware LDN fashion show on February 12 at Spring Studios, Jessica Horwell unveiled her fall/winter 2022 collection. This year, there was one piece that stood out among her clothing line, a classic leather bomber embroidered with the words…

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Allow Migraine Patients and Primary Care Providers to Set Care Plans – NOT INSURERS

Add your name to the NHF’s petition if you agree that insurance companies should adopt care models that are patient-centric, where the clinician, in collaboration with the patient, is the primary decision-maker and selects a treatment that addresses the patient’s…

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Alcohol and Headache

Alcohol and Headache

  Beverages such as liquor, wine, and beer, contain a chemical called ethanol. There are a number of ways that ethanol may be triggering migraine episodes. First, ethanol is a direct vasodilator; in some individuals, vasodilation or the dilatation of blood vessels…

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Heads UP – Episode 101: Trudhesa Nasal Spray for the Acute Treatment of Migraine

Dr. Lindsay Weitzel talks to Dr. Tim Smith about the specifics of Trudhesa, the first DHE nasal spray to utilize Precision Olfactory Delivery (POD) technology. Trudhesa was just approved by the FDA. When will it be available to us? How…

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Heads UP – Episode 100: Celebrating 100 Episodes

Join the host of Heads UP, Dr. Lindsay Weitzel, as she looks back at her favorite moments from the past 100 episodes. Linda Summerfield joins Lindsay to share clips from episodes with Dr. Vincent Martin, Dr. Jan Brandes, Dr. Dawn…

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Heads UP Audio Podcast

Have you downloaded the NHF’s audio podcast, Heads UP? Don’t miss Dr. Lindsay Weitzel’s informative discussions with headache experts on the latest treatment, research, lifestyle recommendations, and personal stories about living with migraine disease and headache disorders. Season 2 is…

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Migraine at Work: Working 9 to 5 — Or Maybe Not!

Are you starting a new job or possibly embarking on a new career? Any beginning can cause anxiety. Remember the first day of high school? But what if your emotional roller coaster is influenced by migraine disease? You are justifiably…

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Share Your Story for MHAM21

More than 40 million people in the United States live with migraine disease and a half million are diagnosed with Cluster Headache. Yet those who have these diseases often feel isolated and alone. National Migraine and Headache Awareness Month are…

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National Headache Foundation Survey Shows Majority of People with Migraine are Unable to Control Disease and Dissatisfied with Current Preventive Treatment Options

The National Headache Foundation today announced findings from a new survey, Preventing Migraine Attacks: A Current Perspective, which characterizes the experiences of people living with migraine and highlights the physical and emotional barriers to preventive treatment. The survey found half (50%)…

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Heads UP – Episode 94: Vitamin Supplements and Migraine

Supplement information related to migraine can be very confusing. Which vitamin supplements should we take? Why should we take them? How long before we should expect to feel an effect? It’s so easy for us to think – if all…

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Ask the Expert: Seasonal Changes and Migraine

Question: I dread the springtime because my migraine attacks get more frequent and much worse in intensity. What do you recommend? Is there something I can do to lessen the severity? Thanks, Susan Answer: Unfortunately allergic rhinitis and asthma are very common…

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