Medication Overuse Headache: When the Cure is the Cause of the Pain
Some Thoughts Regarding the New Evidence-based Guidelines for Prevention of Episodic Migraine
Headache: Everything You Need To Know
Migraine: Causes & Treatment
13 Surprising Ways to Fight Headache Pain! More than 47 million Americans have experienced a severe or debilitating headache in the past three months. Migraines alone affect 9% of the U.S. population and costs $1 billion a year in direct medical expenses.
Botox Modestly Improves Chronic Headaches, Migraines
New Evidence-based Guidelines for Migraine Prevention
Why Women Suffer More Migraines Than Men. Help us help others! http://MigraEase.com #migraine #headache #allnatural
Studies Demonstrate MAP0004 for the Acute Treatment of Migraine is Safe and Well Tolerated, and Is Associated with Lower Recurrence Rates
Ocular Migraines (Ophthalmic or Eye Migraines)
VIDEO: Dr. Magaziner on Headache Types and Treatment
Migraine Patients & Health Care Reform: How Are You Affected?
Looking at the Big Picture of Opioid Treatment for Migraine -- Opioid analgesics are commonly prescribed for patients suffering with migraine, despite concerns over the risk of addiction, dependence, medication-overuse headache, and other factors.
Hormonal changes may trigger migraines in some women
Migraine-Proof Your Home
Severe headaches may be linked to an increased risk of suicide attempt
Chronic Migraine Sufferer Gets a Wedding Do-Over
Link found between migraines and heart condition
Patient Voices: Migraine Almost 30 million Americans suffer from migraines, severe, recurring headaches that may occur along with symptoms of nausea, light sensitivity or weakness. Women are three times more likely than men to have this type of headache, and treatment for migraines varies widely -- from traditional pain medications to preventative drugs to alternative remedies and exercise. Here, six men and women speak about the up’s and down’s of living with migraines. (nytimes.com)
FDA Considers Moving Migraine Medications to OTC Status
It is estimated that nearly one out of hundred people suffer from migraine which is of two types. The first type is the common migraine where the person suffering from migraine will not encounter any auras which mean that there will be no flashes of light when they develop the pain of migraine. The other type is the migraine which is combined with auras that is the person has visions about flashes of light and may also see zigzag lines or blind spots in their visions...
Link between migraine and restless legs
Seasonal Allergies and Headaches: What’s the Connection?
Migraines trigger depression? Study of women finds a connection