With so many other things going on, it’s easy to miss migraine blog posts and information that are published during the holidays. I often spend a considerable amount of time during the first week of the year checking to be sure I didn’t miss anything valuable.
I know it’s not always easy to spend time online looking around, so I decided to put together this blog post to list some helpful links from the last couple of months. Here you go:
- Decade of Progress in Migraine Research Marks Better Care
A review of some of the remarkable progress in migraine research of the last decade and it’s implications for us today.
- Botox May Help Chronic Migraine Patients with Depression
A new study shows looked at whether Botox can help patients with both migraine and depression.
- A Migraine Management Story
HealthCentral staff interview Dr. David Watson and me then shadowed us with a video camera and still camera to put together a piece about how we work together on my migraine management. Check it out!
- Thankful Despite Migraine - As a Migraineur and Doctor
Dr. Watson shared his thoughts and feelings as part of our “Thankful Despite Migraine” series.
- Thankful Despite Migraine - UCLA Goldberg Migraine Program
Wendy and Leonard Goldberg made the largest single donation ever to migraine research - nearly $10 million. You can thank them by adding a comment to the post linked to above.
- Migraine Light Sensitivity and Sunglasses Indoors
Why it’s not healthy for our eyes to wear sunglasses indoors.
- Celebrities with Migraine - Mrs. Santa
What Migraine triggers does Mrs. Santa encounter? A bit of whimsy for the holidays.
Last, but not least: The Top Migraine Stories of the Year.
Please join me in starting 2016 with hope and renewed determination to work toward better migraine management and the improved quality of life that goes with it.
Teri Robert is a leading patient educator and advocate and the author of Living Well with Migraine Disease and Headaches. A co-founder of the Alliance for Headache Disorders Advocacy and the American Headache and Migraine Association, she received the National Headache Foundation’s Patient Partners Award and a Distinguished Service Award from the American Headache Society. Teri can be found on her website, and blog, Facebook, Twitter, StumbleUpon, Pinterest, LinkedIn, and Google+.