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Policy makers: EP Migraine Alliance for Protecting the rights of people with migraine

The EP Migraine Alliance is n Alliance of Members of the European Parliament advocating to make migraine a European priority and improve the lives of people living with migraine across the European Union. Despite its prevalence and serious human, social and economic impact at European level, migraine is still widely overlooked by healthcare systems and …

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migraine and covid-19

Covid-19 & migraine and other headaches: Webinar by Vall d’Hebron

Watch the first webinar for patients on Covid-19 and its impact on migraine and other headaches streamed by Vall d’Hebron Hospital with the support of EMHA.

Learn about the impact of the virus on patients with migraine, the possible risks associated with the treatments and advice on reducing the negative  impact of the lock down during migraine and other headaches episodes.

Migraine in the workplace

European survey on migraine in the workplace. Analysis of results and conclusions. The objective of this study is to know the situation of migraine workers within the workplace and compare the situation in the different participating countries. Read de complete document in our Study section About the study of Migraine in the workplace The objective …

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European Migraine Day of Action with MEPS in the European Parliament

Each year, September 12th is the European Migraine Day of Action. Today, EMHA’s President and Executive Director have been invited by MEP Esteban Gonzalez Pons and MEP Dolors Montserrat to the European Parliament to discuss about how to better help the affected ones to give light to the disease and how to improve the life …

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New drugs, decades in the making, are providing relief for migraines.

Nancy Baum Lipsitz remembers the night the pain began. She’d had a glass of white wine with a friend and went to bed with a terrible headache. The next day, she still felt horrible, the beginning of what she called a “rolling tide” of near constant migraines and lower level headaches. For three years she …

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