Treating Migraines: How Women Are Harmed by Gendered Medical Language
I’ve gotten incapacitating headaches since I was a kid.
Not Tonight: Migraine and the Politics of Gender and Health,
Pain and Profits: The History of the Headache and its Remedies in America, “
Rachel Mabe is at work on a book about the existential agonies of growing up female in America. Her work has appeared in The Atlantic, The Paris Review, The Washington Post, and others. Read more at rachelmabe.com.
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