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18 August 2020

Women’s Chronic Illness During a Pandemic: A Virtual Congressional Briefing

Stigma in women’s health is a cross-cutting women’s issue, as demonstrated by migraine disease and ME/CFS. The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed deep structural problems and profound inequities in American healthcare. In doing so, it has also produced an opportunity for us to build a more just healthcare system. 

04 August 2020

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My eyes always hurt. Having chronic intractable migraine and light sensitivity means that there is pain, achiness, and fatigue in my eyes. As much as I would prefer to go through each day in the dark, I cannot avoid the light. It is everywhere!

27 July 2020

Savings on CEFALY DUAL


These are unprecedented times. We are used to being in our homes for days at a time and social distancing on our own, but not being able to go places because of a pandemic is something new to all of us. How do we manage our acute migraine symptoms when they get so bad we typically seek emergency care? Real fears are surrounding the possibility of contracting the coronavirus and many of us living with migraine have comorbid conditions that are part of the vulnerable population.

13 April 2020

$15 Off... Treating Migraine at Home with Allay Lamp

Allay Lamp - A Helpful Tool for Migraine

Boy, what a time we are living in! Although many of us who have had migraine for years or decades, living in isolation and social distancing is nothing new to us. Despite being used to those ways of living, what we are experiencing now is still very different than what we have dealt with in the past.

09 April 2020

Tell Congress: Expand Paid Leave for People with Chronic Heath Conditions


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Expand Paid Leave for People with Chronic Health Conditions

For many people with chronic health conditions, the COVID-19 pandemic is magnifying existing financial and logistical burdens associated with their care. Currently, only people with childcare needs and parents of adults with disabilities impacted by the pandemic are eligible for paid family and medical leave under the expanded emergency use of the Family and Medical Leave Act. This policy leaves out so many who, because of serious health conditions, may require time away from work due to the risk COVID-19 poses to their health, or the health of a loved one.

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