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Daily MHAM Headlines for June 21st

Headline - Your Daily Dose During National Migraine & Headache Awareness Month.


 June 21st Recognition Day

Shades for Migraine World Solidarity Day  


Featured Content – Association of Migraine Disorders

Today Show

 

Are you wearing a pair today?

 


Recognition Day Content – National Headache Foundation

National Headache Foundation Logo

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Light and Headache Disorders: Understanding Light Triggers and Photophobia


INvisible Project

Kerrie Smyres

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Kerrie Smyres


Be Visible – Chronic Migraine Awareness, Inc & Migraine Mantras

Get your shades on and share your selfie with #ShadesForMirgaine

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Fact-A-Day – U.S. Pain Foundation & Chronic Migraine Awareness, Inc

Migraine affects the entire body with disabling symptoms such as visual aura, vomiting, dizziness, extreme sensitivity to sound, light, touch and smell. -Migraine Research Foundation

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Recognition Day Content from MigraineAgain.com

The Man Who Ran 150 Miles for Awareness and Love


Blogging & Social Media Challenge – MigraineDisease.com

Solidarity

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Solidarity


Advocate Stories – Migraine.com

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What’s Your Secret: How To Manage Light Sensitivity


Migraine Journeys – MigraineAgain

Some days, I have a migraine but no headache.

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MHAM Trivia – Miles for Migraine

MHAM Trivia

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Migraine USUALLY
a. Causes temporary blindness
b. Worsens with walking up stairs or bending over
c. Hurts mainly in the back of the head
d. Causes prolonged vomiting


In-Person

There are no in-person events today. To see a full list of events visit CHAMP’s calendar.


June 2018 - National Migraine & Headaceh Awareness Month. #MHAM. You Are Not Alone. Partnering for Better Headache & Migraine Care.

For more information visit headachemigraine.org/mham

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