15 Life Effects Stories, by patients and caregivers Social Media, Apps & Pop Culture

Woman with migraine uses the power of social media to connect with like-minded people in the community.

Finding Empowerment through Migraine Advocacy: How to Get Connected

By Sarah Rathsack
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A group of friends check their phones in a line

Depression in the Age of Conspicuous Positivity

By René Brooks
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Young man watching TV shows with his dog shocked at inaccuracy of depression portrayal onscreen

2 Movies and TV Shows that Misrepresent Depression (and 3 that Get it Right)

By Bryce Evans
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