October 8, 2019 Migraines can be difficult to diagnose and treat in children, as they may have a difficult time explaining or understanding their symptoms, says Linda Porter, MD, Director of the Office of Pain Policy and Planning in the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) at the National Institutes of Health.
One of the most successful days of Sarah Avery’s life was likely another woman’s rock bottom. On a patch of Kentucky interstate, a woman was found holding her young children out toward passing cars, trying to give them away after she’d had a bad reaction to the drug Spice (a synthetic cannabinoid product). “Of course we intervened,” says Avery, a family mentor with the Kentucky START (Sobriety Treatment and Recovery Teams) program.
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