March 12, 2021

Healthline: Surprising Ways Migraine Can Be a Financial Headache, Too

An excerpt from Healthline: Surprising Ways Migraine Can Be a Financial Headache, Too by Bob Curley, Medically Reviewed by Heidi […]

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February 26, 2021

Migraine Gender Gap: Why Migraine at Work Is a Women’s Health Issue

An excerpt from the MigraineAgain.com, Migraine Gender Gap: Why Migraine at Work Is a Women’s Health Issue, written by Courtney […]

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February 26, 2021

Patients Rising: “Addressing Discrimination in the Workplace”

An excerpt from PatientsRising.org- Migraine Patients: Know Your Rights  “DO I QUALIFY FOR PROTECTION UNDER THE ADA? Not all migraines […]

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February 26, 2021

An Educator with Migraine, Educating about Migraine at Work

Bruce Shaw   My first migraine attack happened in my mid-50’s. I was at work, serving as head of an […]

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February 25, 2021

Harvard Business Review: “Migraines Are a Serious Problem. Employers Can Help.”

An excerpt from Harvard Business Review “Migraines Are a Serious Problem. Employers Can Help.” “Research has shown that migraine — […]

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September 23, 2020

Headache Journal- What Will it Take to Move the Needle for Headache Disorders?

Dr Robert E. Shapiro, MD, PhD, shares his perspective on how stigma and discrimination toward people living with migraine affects their lives, including their careers.

“Employees with disabling migraine often face an ethical quandary: lose your job due to too many absences (absenteeism), or hide migraine and work less productively (presenteeism). This is a Hobson’s choice; that is, it is not a choice at all.”

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May 9, 2019

Migraine Again – 19 Ways to accommodate an employee with migraines

Migraine Again shares the latest insights for helping employers accommodate employees with migraines.

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May 8, 2019

Migraine at Work Launches Website, Announces 2019 Campaign to Educate Workplaces Across the Country

Washington, D.C. — Today, on behalf of the 39 million Americans living with migraine disease, partners across the country join together to officially launch the Migraine at Work campaign, a new project of the Headache and Migraine Policy Forum.

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May 6, 2019

AJMC – Dr Wayne Burton on Migraine Education Programs in the Workplace

Wayne Burton, MD, former global corporate medical director, American Express, explains the benefits of migraine education programs in the workplace.

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June 13, 2018

IBI – Migraine Has Impact on Both Healthcare Costs and Lost Productivity

In addition to the medical costs associated with migraine, employers also bear costs due to lost productivity. Employers that offer healthcare benefits, paid sick days, and disability insurance benefits will spend about $84,000 in annual migraine-related costs for every 1000 employees, of which nearly one-third is attributable to lost work time, according to a report from Integrated Benefits Institute (IBI).

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