Managing Migraines and Eating Healthy on Campus
June 1, 2016
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
MoretoMigraine.com and West Texas A&M take center stage on Lifetime®.
(DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla. – PR LOG – June 1, 2016) The Balancing Act® welcomes experts on migraine and eating healthy in college, Thursday, June 2 and June 9, 2016 at 7:30 a.m. (ET/PT) on Lifetime®.
Don’t miss these special guests on The Balancing Act:
There’s More to Migraine – with Teva Pharmaceuticals
Migraine is more than a headache. The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke defines migraine as recurrent attacks of moderate to severe headache pain that is throbbing or pulsing, worse with physical activity, and often strikes one side of the head. These headaches can be accompanied by sensitivity to light and sound, as well as nausea and vomiting. Headache Specialist, Board-Certified Family Physician and consultant for Teva Pharmaceuticals, Dr. Susan Hutchinson, joins The Balancing Act to discuss migraine and all that comes with it. Visit www.MoreToMigraine.com for information and resources for people suffering from migraine.
Eating Healthy on Campus – with West Texas A&M
Ask college students what they fear more than finals, and chances are, a fair amount will say the freshman fifteen. This dreaded weight gain is compounded by convenience and all of the tempting options: burgers, fries and pizza—all in one place! The pros from West Texas A&M University join The Balancing Act to provide tips on how to eat healthy on campus and beyond. Go to www.wtamu.edu to see all of the other topics they offer advice on.
About The Balancing Act®
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