Oct 12, 2017

Migraines Harm Work Productivity, Stigma Persists

A new national survey finds that a significant percentage of individuals are concerned that migraines detrimentally affect work productivity, quality of life, family/relationships, and employment. The public opinion survey queried more than a thousand Americans, both people with the disease and those without. Respondents believe employers should make reasonable workplace accommodations for...

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