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Came across this as part of an RSS feed of migraine-related links tonight. I didn't click on the link at the end, mainly because the information leading up to their so-called "30-second cure" just ticked me off.
If anyone either has an account or can figure out how to tell them how incredibly misleading they are, that might be a good thing...
What Causes Migraines and What are the Best Migraine Treatments
What I found interesting (funny, not haha funny) was the percentages she had for people who said X,Y or Z was a trigger. Where did she get those?
And 20 million people world wide have migraines? Interesting since it's about 36 million just in the US.
I clicked on the link and it, of course, takes you to another site that it advertising a cure all. Here's something funny from the website once you click:
I find warnings from websites like this one funny because I think this one is one of those "Bad Information" websites.
Living one day at a time; Enjoying one moment at a time; Accepting hardship as the pathway to Peace.
From the order page near the bottom:
Well, I decide that he is probably wrong that he's cured Migraine and that I should keep my $19.95.
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