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Miles For Migraine Aug 10
PLEASE REGISTER: Bipartisan Women's Caucus Webinar on Women's Chronic Illness During a Pandemic - Wednesday, August 12th.
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william b. young Aug 8
With the help and wisdom of and
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william b. young Aug 8
Replying to @miles4migraine
And, btw, scored us this opportunity to raise awareness and state our case 👏👏👏
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william b. young Aug 8
The House’s bipartisan women’s caucus is hosting this roundtable to better understand migraine (and ME/CFS) as a stigmatized women’s disease. Please sign up and be there because it is going to be great, and to show Congress how important this is! Thank you ⁦⁩!
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Sarah Bobker, MD Aug 7
An amazing end to yesterday’s workday 🌗 It’s incredible what meditation (and a superrr special community) can do for the psyche!! , this is such a COOL series in a time of even greater need. Thank you!
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william b. young Aug 1
Thank you ⁦⁩ for your beautifully written and insightful article, with its shout outs to the migraine community! And ⁦⁩ you can do better. Read the images part of ⁦⁩ guide
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Angie Glaser 14 Apr 19
Allow yourself to grieve what the has taken from you. Again and again and again. Then connect to others in the same boat and turn that pain into advocacy.
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Miles For Migraine Jul 26
Walk, run or just relax from your home community anytime between 7/29-8/6. Funds raised benefit 's educational scholarship fund. Registration/Information:
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Miles For Migraine Jul 22
Have you heard about our Mindfulness for Migraine online series? On Tuesday 8/4 at 6pm EST we kick off the series with Yoga led by Adriane Dellorco. Free registration/info:
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william b. young Jul 21
This is typical, nasty behavior by toward patients with migraine
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Joanna Kempner Jul 21
Replying to @HorizonBCBSNJ
Worst of all, they tell me that if I choose to pay for one of these meds out of pocket, will refuse to pay for the other because for some reason, they've decided that I only need one! Whyyyyy????? I finally found something that lets me live my life! /End thread
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Joanna Kempner Jul 21
It has taken nearly 40yrs to find a combination of medications that control my migraine attacks. Prior to this, I was in pain almost every day. Fatigue. Brain fog. Disability. Now my insurance company, , is denying one of the most important meds in my arsenal. 1/
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william b. young Jul 19
So important. Migraine, chronic migraine, and migraine stigmatization often start in the teen years.
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Karissa Arca, M.D. Jul 18
I am so excited to work with all of the headache fellows this year to for our and patients. Comment below if you are a current headache fellow. I want to meet you!
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Miles For Migraine Jul 18
Join us on Tuesday & Thursday evenings in August for a series of virtual experiential mindfulness modalities. 1st session is August 4th! Registration/Info:
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Miles For Migraine Jul 17
Migraine and Telemedicine: Join us tomorrow 7/18 at 11:30am EST for a free online discussion on how to prepare and get the most out of your next appointment. Registration/Info:
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J. Tracey Jul 16
Miles for Migraines ...walked over two miles for an invisible illness I deal with daily since the age of 16...proud my " nurse" was with me.
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AHDA Jul 16
"Of the 61 million adults in the United States with a disability, a census report found, only around 6 percent use visible supports such as a wheelchair or cane."
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Amaal Starling, M.D. Jul 14
Together, people with and will stand up to unfair, stigmatizing practices from insurance companies that are barriers to care. Be a , join today’s Twitterstorm and let know that the migraine community will be seen, will be heard.
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william b. young Jul 14
's four-step "fail first" process is cruel and scientifically invalid. It will result in ER visits and increase the emotional and physical burden for people living with migraine disease. . It is for their bottom line at the expense of patient wellbeing
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