The Headache & Migraine Disease Blog Carnival has been created to provide both headache patients and people who blog about headaches with opportunities to share ideas on topics of particular interest and importance to us.
The theme of the May carnival is "When it seems too good to be true."
Please keep reading for the May 2010 collection of posts.
Emily presents Occipital Stimulator Fairy Tale posted at No Extended Warranty.
Teri Robert presents When a Migraine Treatment Seems to Good to Be True posted at My Migraine Connection.
Annie Martin presents Oh What an Expensive Life I Lead posted at It's Time To Get Over How Fragile You Are.
Rosalind Joffe presents Unpredictable Get the Best of You? posted at Working with Chronic Illness.
I'd like to share a classic Somebody Heal Me post, Doctors, Failing Treatments & Guilt.
Monk Joe presents Foods for Migraine Headaches posted at Monk Me.
Ron Johnson presents Health Benefits of Magnesium posted at Health Fitness How To.
Bernice Frankel presents 10 Incredible TED Video Lectures on Healthcare posted at The Health Express.
Diane Laine presents Everything You Need to Know About Sleep & Your Health posted at Health Nation.
Baily Hayden presents 5 Ways You Can Research Any Medicine Online (for free) posted at Masters in Clinical Research.
Submit your blog post to the June 2010 edition of the Headache and Migraine Disease Blog Carnival using our carnival submission form or by e-mailing your submissions to me by e-mail. The theme will be "Food, Glorious Food: How Does Food Fit Into Your Life? As a trigger or something to avoid? A comfort? A temptation?" Entries are due by midnight on Friday, June 11, and the carnival will be here at Somebody Heal Me on Monday, June 14.
Past posts and more information about the carnival can be found on our Headache Blog Carnival information page.
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Content by Diana E. Lee.
DISCLAIMER: Nothing on this site constitutes medical or legal advice. I am a patient who is engaged and educated and enjoys sharing my experiences and news about migraines, pain and depression. Please consult your own health care providers for advice on your unique situation.