December 6, 2014
Go to doctor and be prescribed a new drug. (.75 hrs) Get new prescription filled. Find out drug is not automatically covered by government prescription drug coverage. Save those receipts! (.5 hrs) Schedule a new doctor’s appointment. (.17 hrs) Find … Continue reading
November 13, 2014
Scientists get paid like shit in grad school and things don’t improve much when you’re a post doc. This pushes women (and men – but mostly women) who want families out of science. Just listen to the brilliant Claudia Alexander … Continue reading
November 12, 2014
I am never busy. My to-do list is long and it grows every day I spend in bed with a migraine. But I never feel harried; I don’t even allow myself to rush. A departure from calm leads to migraine … Continue reading
A few weeks ago I wrote about the Software Sustainability Institutes’s proposed changes in software development in science over on Tenure, She Wrote.
November 6, 2014
It’s been some time since I did a migraine log. Let’s slog through some data. Frequency Back when I did my last migraine log at the end of May, I was all aflutter about topamax, which I’d started 6 weeks … Continue reading
Some people are making a documentary about migraines. It looks like it could be good. Maybe lots of people will watch it and I won’t have to explain my life over and over and over. Kickstarter here.
October 27, 2014
I’ve warned you off potentially bad chronic pain management programs and asked you to join a project improving a widely used program in North America. But if you’re looking for help right now, that isn’t very useful. So, here are … Continue reading