Now, almost ten years later, the ACA is mostly intact, but there have been attempts to repeal and change the act. Repealing the ACA completely would undoubtedly strip women of better care and access.
The headaches didn’t begin when I was thirteen, but that was when they became frequent and severe enough to warrant a trip to the pediatrician’s office. She dismissed them as a byproduct of puberty, hormones gone slightly awry. She prescribed a healthy dose of rest and minimizing my stress—though I hadn’t mentioned stress, she knew I was an academically successful… Continue reading "The Chronic Pain Crisis: An Introduction"