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In His Head


We all get headaches from time to time, but for most of us it's an issue that goes away with a couple of aspirin and a good sleep.

Richard Levangie has had headaches, migraines actually, almost daily since 1993.

Christina Harnett brings us Richard's story of loss - and gain - over the last twenty years.

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