It seems that God has only one punch to the side of the face, says author Andrew Levy in his interview on the American Migraine Foundation , a new podcast series, Off the Top of Our Heads. It ‘a metaphysical crisis.The podcasts are designed to share a variety of perspectives on migraine that we hope will better understand this disease for those who treat patients with migraine and those who suffer from this debilitating disease, says Dr. Baumel. In his book, Andrew’s experience with the disease, while most people like migraine, is lyrical and says is witty and intelligent.
In the interview the MFA President Barry Baumel MD, takes the author through his personal experience with the management of migraine pain, as not being a na ve of patients, and the need to fund more research for this disease that affects approximately 36 million Americans.
Levy’s book was published by Simon & Schuster and is available online and in bookstores.
Many people with diabetes are responsible for the difficulty in managing their blood sugar. It is recommended to monitor their glucose levels, but the current control devices generally require the patient to perform the task of the finger prick painful to draw blood for a test sample – and many patients have to make several times a day.
Levy is a biographer, essayist and novelist, professor and chair of the writer’s Studio at Butler University in Indianapolis. His book was hailed by the famous neurologist Oliver Sacks, MD, as a window on the entire landscape, mind and body health and disease, and the complexities of being alive.
You can not be a patient suffering from migraine are na . I think people have to walk in [medical office] and say that I have a disease. If you do not I refer to someone who .