Did you know that there are 2.2 MM Hispanic adults being treated with a prescription for migraine in the U.S., however Latinos with headaches are 50-percent less likely to receive a migraine diagnosis than non-Hispanic white patients? Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter, and dancer Ally Brooke Hernandez ~ a native of San Antonio, Texas raised in an intensively passionate and proud Latin community ~ first broke out as a member of the multi-platinum pop group Fifth Harmony and is now sharing her migraine story in an effort to make a difference for her community.


Having gone from being a member of a hugely popular girl group to an award-winning solo artist, book author, actress, and dancer, Ally used to worry that at the slightest hint of oncoming migraine, she would have to cancel her show. With the help of her physician, Ally has found a treatment that can work for her and is excited to spread the message to the Hispanic community and the world that there is hope for people with migraine.


On Tuesday, September 27th, during Hispanic Heritage Month, Ally will chat with your listeners about her Grammy award-winning career first as a member of a hugely popular girl group and now as a solo artist, and will also discuss the following:

  • The journey that led her to who she is now as an artist and author
  • What she is looking forward to next in her career ~ including upcoming tours, music releases, videos, and more
  • Her personal story about how migraine has affected her day-to-day life and career, what she recommends when it comes to managing migraine through lifestyle choices, and how her treatment works
  • Why she wants to bring awareness of migraine to the Hispanic community and the world at large and empower other people to seek treatment


To learn much more about Ally, please visit:

official website