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MS and Migraine: Is There Really a Connection?

When most people think of MS, migraine usually doesn’t come to mind. Yet, research shows that patients with MS are far more likely to experience migraine than the average person....

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Nutritional Supplement for Menstrual Migraine Sufferers Could Super-Charge Weight Loss

Super Charge Your Weight Loss Efforts – Nutritional Supplement for Migraine Sufferers Has Additional Benefits Dieting and exercising but still can’t lose weight?  Hormonal imbalance and insulin resistance could be...

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Autobiography in 5 Short Chapters – Life Metaphor, Food for Thought

Excerpted from “There’s a Hole in My Sidewalk” by Portia Nelson, an American author, actress, and singer, this is great food for thought.  Make your own application to the metaphor....

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This Flu Season Might Be One of the Worst Ones Yet: How to Mount a Lasting Defense

Flu season is upon us, and according to data published recently by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), flu case numbers and hospitalizations are already at a record...

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A Thanksgiving Message from the MigreLief Team at Akeso Health Sciences

All of us at Akeso Health Sciences would like to wish our MigreLief fans, a wonderful and migraine-free Thanksgiving.  We are thankful that MigreLief is making a difference in your...

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Heartburn-Free Thanksgiving | Tips for Avoiding GERD

Thanksgiving is one of the holidays that revolve around food and can be challenging for people with gastroesophageal reflux disease, also known as GERD, heartburn or acid reflux. What is...

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Avoid Common Thanksgiving Migraine Triggers

Common Thanksgiving Migraine Triggers and How to Avoid Them! The last few months of the year should be filled with joy and happiness, delicious food, family gatherings, and cozy weather,...

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4 Reasons to Start Adding Chia Seeds to Your Food Today

If you grew up in the 80s and 90s, the word “chia” (or ch-ch-ch-Chia!) probably springs to mind images of funky terracotta planters covered with sprouting chia seeds resembling animal...

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Avoid Labor Day Migraines | Summer’s Last Hurrah | Sept 2022

Summer doesn’t officially end until midnight September 22 but if you are planning to hit the road for one last fun in the sun hurrah, take safety precautions; tell someone...

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Migraine Hangover: What It Feels Like & How to Ease Symptoms

You did it. You survived your migraine attack. Your headache pain is gone, the dizziness has faded away, and you’re ready to exit your dark, quiet cave and start living...

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10 Helpful Back to School Tips for ADHD Students & Parents

Back to school can be a stressful time for all students, but especially for those with ADHD. The shift from summer vacation to a new school year is abrupt and...

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Act Now Before Your Menstrual Migraines Become Chronic Migraines

Migraines that start around the menstrual cycle can often become chronic.  Don’t wait for that to happen.  Do not let menstrual migraines become chronic migraines! Studies show menstrual migraines are often...

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