Treating Migraines: How Women are Harmed by Gendered Medical Language Catapult, February 6, 2018.
Can Anything – LSD Perhaps? – Help Suicide Headaches? Philadelphia Inquirer, November 18, 2016
Life With Migraines: “It Feels Like a Creature is Pushing Itself Through My Skull,” The Guardian, November 17, 2016
Migraines were taken more seriously in medieval times than they are now, Independent, September 15, 2016
Historians make emotional journeys into the past, Times Higher Education, December 24, 2015.
Tears at the Doctors Office, Migraine.com, October 8, 2015
Social Stigma and Negative Labels — Migraine: a cultural history. How did a painful and disabling disorder come to be seen as a symptom of femininity? Laurie Taylor talks to Joanna Kempner on Thinking Allowed, BBC Radio 4, January 28, 2015
Not Tonight, I Have a Headache, Rutgers Today, November 20, 2014
Researcher at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital probes the stigma of migraine, Philadelphia Inquirer, February 12, 2013
Rutgers Professor on a Mission to Provide Better Understanding of Migraines, Rutgers Today, January 18, 2013
When critics take potshots, some researchers hide truth, Newark Star Ledger, November 18, 2008