Fibromyalgia Family and Relationship Impact Exploratory Survey

This manuscript was published in Musculoskeletal Care in 2012 in partnership with University of Pittsburgh, highlighting data from Health Union’s Fibromyalgia Relationship Impact Survey.

Migraine Frequency But Not Self-Efficacy Drives Utilization and Impact From Online Resources

Published in Headache: The Journal of Head and Face Pain in 2012, this Letter to the Editor was written in partnership with University of Pittsburgh.

Survey of Migraine Sufferers With Dogs to Evaluate for Canine Migraine-Alerting Behaviors

This manuscript was published in The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine in 2013 and written in partnership with University of Pittsburgh.

Fibromyalgia comorbidity in a community sample of adults with migraine

Published in Clinical Rheumatology in 2013, this manuscript was written with an external partner from University of Pittsburgh.

Migraine: treatments, comorbidities, and quality of life, in the USA

This manuscript was published in 2015 in the Journal of Pain Research with partners from University of Massachusetts/UMass Memorial Medical Center. The manuscript features data from Health Union’s Migraine In America 2012 survey data.

The Chronic Migraineur and Health Services: National Survey Results

Published in the Journal of Pain Management and Medicine in 2015 with partners from the University of Massachusetts/UMass Memorial Medical Center, this manuscript features data from Health Union’s Migraine In America 2014.

Does complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) use reduce negative life impact of headaches for chronic migraineurs? A national survey

This manuscript was published in SpringerPlus in 2016 with University of Massachusetts/UMass Memorial Medical Center partners, showcasing Health Union’s Migraine In America 2014 survey data.

Using Qualitative Analysis to Assess a Model of Support for Online Health Communities for People Living with Chronic Health Conditions

This poster presentation was accepted to be shown at the Connected Health Conference (IIMR) in Boston, MA and showcases qualitative data from Health Union’s community sites and Facebook pages.

Spirituality and Chronic Migraines

This abstract was accepted at the American Psychological Association Convention in partnership with Chung-Ang University and University of Colorado, featuring data from Migraine In America 2015 data.

Facebook…the destination for health information? Understanding chronic disease patients use of social media and online health information

This abstract was accepted for a roundtable discussion at the APHA Conference 2017 using information from Health Union’s Online Health Information survey.