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    National Headache Awareness Week ? June 5-11
    Chris_WebMD_Staff posted:
    According to
    June 5—11 is national Headache Awareness Week!
    A week for education on this painful condition and bringing public awareness on the severity of headache pain.

    It's a reminder that we should seek and consult our doctors about our headache pains, so that we may get the help we deserve and seek the treatments available to us. A reminder to keep pushing for new ways to help

    Don't forget to visit our Headaches and Migraines Center for info.

    Difficulties are meant to rouse, not discourage. The human spirit is to grow strong by conflict.
          -William Ellery Channing
    NeNe_11 responded:
    Thank You Chrissy-I did not know there was an awareness week for migraines-maybe there will be some good info passed on as a result of the awareness week.

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