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HeadWay Issue #195 🙋 What Have You Learned in 2020? Time to Share!
November 21, 2020

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In this issue:

Share Your Best Tips from 2020

Recent Posts...

Say what?! COVID-19 etc.

Share Your Best Tips from 2020

For me personally, the last few months have been pretty crazy - and the next few weeks don't look like they'll be calming down much! Due to travel and family matters, I haven't been able to post as much as I usually like to.

So thanks for your understanding! I know it's been a pretty crazy year for most of us, in different ways.

Although some have experienced an increased stability and fewer headache and migraine symptoms, it seems like the opposite has more often been true. But - I bet we've learned something along the way.

So it's your turn to share! Let's pull some good out of this year. I want to hear what you've learned in 2020 - a tip for fighting migraine or headache. - a tip for connecting with people (that sure has been a challenge in 2020!). - maybe you've helped someone in a simple new way, and you want to share so that we can pass along the goodness.

So although I've included a few links below for you to check out, this newsletter is really about you. Share your best tips in the form (link below), and we'll include the best in an upcoming edition of HeadWay. Ready? Go!
Share Your Best 2020 Tips Now!

Recent posts...

I often share some recent posts in HeadWay, but this is a special COVID-19 edition. Here are a few posts especially related to the disease that everyone is talking about from 2020:

Say what?! COVID-19 etc.

While we're on the theme, why not keep going? You'd think we would all be experts in the basics by now, but not everyone is, or maybe we need a reminder. COVID-19 is short for coronavirus disease 2019. In other words, COVID-19 is the actual disease, not the name of the virus.

The virus itself is called the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2, otherwise know as SARS-CoV-2. Not very catchy, but that's the official name given by the International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses.

The short form "coronavirus" can be confusing, because there are many different coronaviruses, often coming around seasonally and causing everything from no symptoms to colds to more serious diseases.

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