I have migraine. When this happens to me (and it has), I simply have to stop talking. It's an odd sensation, not to be able to make your mouth form the words you want to say.
Best wishes and good luck for Serene Branson. The article says that she's no stranger to migraine. I send her gentle hugs.
| Reporter's on-air gibberish was due to migraine - Entertainment - Television - TODAYshow.com |
KCBS-TV reporter Serene Branson was doing a stand-up Sunday when her words became incoherent. She was examined by paramedics after her broadcast and went home to recover.
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