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Migraine Symptoms and Impact on Patients’ Health and Quality of Life: Data from the 2015 Migraine in America Survey

10/02/2015 06:25:26 AM

Most migraine patients surveyed in a recent study cited having migraine symptoms for at least half of their lives, whether during the initial stages prior to diagnosis or in their present lives.... READ MORE > read more

Turn it down!

10/02/2015 05:06:49 AM

Turn it down! Don’t shout. Please whisper. My family hears these phrases from me nearly every day. Even when migraine isn’t actively trying to ruin my day, phonophobia is ever-present. It drives... READ MORE > read more


10/01/2015 04:52:56 AM

Previous articles have addressed the concept of irrational thinking and given examples of the different types of irrational thought patterns. One specific thought pattern has been researched to determine its link to chronic... READ MORE > read more

Community Thoughts: Explaining Migraine to Your Children

10/01/2015 04:33:14 AM

A common theme in the questions we get from our community involves explaining migraine to one’s children. To find out more about the different ways people approach this sensitive aspect of life with migraine, we shared this... READ MORE > read more

“Run” with me for migraine research

09/30/2015 17:04:01 PM

“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.” Dr. Seuss, The Lorax The second annual Runnin’ for Research 5K takes place this Saturday,... READ MORE > read more

Response to OnabotulinumtoxinA Per Treatment Cycle

09/30/2015 14:34:10 PM

OnabotulinumtoxinA is an approved prophylactic treatment for chronic migraine. Given every 12 weeks, onabotulinumtoxinA is thought to reverse peripheral sensitization, thereby indirectly reducing central sensitization.1 Research suggests that abnorma > read more

Losing Days, Months, Years to Migraine

09/30/2015 07:31:48 AM

I’ve had six months of migraine chaos. For the last two, I’ve been housebound, unable to work, struggling to even feed myself, not doing much of anything else. This downturn follows a year... READ MORE > read more

Apparently I frown a lot

09/30/2015 07:26:58 AM

Confession: I totally brush my hair and put on lip gloss when I have a Skype meeting. It’s very rare that I have conference calls on Skype, but when I do, I... READ MORE > read more

Alternatives to the ER

09/29/2015 05:13:04 AM

In an earlier feature, we explored complications of migraine that deserve immediate attention in an ER setting.  No doubt that article left you a lot of questions, not the least of which... READ MORE > read more

Tai Chi Chih Class #1: First reactions

09/28/2015 05:39:30 AM

Years ago, I took a tai chi class at a local hospital’s Mind-Body Institute. This is a place I trust, a place where I had a major migraine and fatigue breakthrough many... READ MORE > read more

Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy improves coping

09/26/2015 21:10:37 PM

The basic principle of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is that errors in thinking (also called irrational beliefs) cause us to develop negative emotions that disrupt our ability to maintain good mental health and... READ MORE > read more

Endometriosis and me, part 3

09/26/2015 21:08:50 PM

This is my third post in a series in my journey wherein I discovered I had endometriosis and then elected to have laproscopic surgery to formally diagnose and treat it.  Why am... READ MORE > read more

Community Thoughts: How You Spend the “Good Days”

09/25/2015 05:32:37 AM

Migraine attacks are not only painful, but they can take up a ton of our time! We wanted to find out how people in our community spend time when it’s not devoted... READ MORE > read more

The Real Impact of Migraines on Quality of Life: Data from the 2015 Migraine in America Survey

09/24/2015 05:41:23 AM

Besides managing symptoms and treatment options, migraine patients are often faced with managing the disease’s impact on the quality of their lives and their emotions.  When asked to describe their migraines in... READ MORE > read more

Righteous indignation

09/24/2015 05:04:17 AM

I am angry. I am so ticked off that I have to resist the urge to pound on something. It’s a kind of righteous indignation you get when you see an injustice... READ MORE > read more

What else ya got? On having migraine AND other health conditions

09/24/2015 05:02:52 AM

Until I reached puberty, I was a very healthy kid.  I didn’t eat fantastically well or anything, but I was thin and exercised a lot (usually just through playing and by swimming... READ MORE > read more

Breaking routine & feeling disappointed in myself

09/22/2015 04:55:35 AM

I woke up feeling stiff and crinkly and icky this morning.  Apparently I have lost my ability to find more sophisticated vocabulary to describe my physical state as well—I hope you’ll forgive... READ MORE > read more

Migraine in America: Data Demonstrate Need for Better Treatment Options

09/21/2015 19:53:30 PM

Migraine patients typically try a variety of treatments across their journey, whether they be prescription medications or alternative therapies. The Migraine In America 2015 online survey gathered insights from 4,502 patients currently... READ MORE > read more

Migraine Doesn’t Make You a Bad Parent

09/21/2015 05:05:57 AM

Insecurity and self-esteem issues often go hand-in-hand with chronic illness. Whether it’s the migraine disease itself or a comorbid condition such as depression or anxiety, the daily struggles of living with chronic... READ MORE > read more

Overindulgence in alcohol and the migraine that followed

09/21/2015 05:03:40 AM

Yesterday, my sister texted me to see if I’d want to join her and my mom for a quick happy hour drink at one of our many local watering holes.  (Last year,... READ MORE > read more

You can help make a difference

09/20/2015 20:34:42 PM

I am sick and tired of all the sympathy, understanding, and support going to patients of other diseases while migraineurs are dismissed, ignored, and accused of faking our illness. Please don’t misunderstand,... READ MORE > read more

Moving is a literal and figurative headache

09/20/2015 20:30:28 PM

It took a few conversations and a moderate dose of peer pressure, but I convinced my husband to be on board with hiring movers to get us from our old house to... READ MORE > read more

To the migraine sufferer who is losing hope: a letter

09/18/2015 05:33:43 AM

Sometimes we health advocates get very raw, personal letters and comments from community members.  Though I have been a migraine health advocate for many years now, I don’t hold a medical... READ MORE > read more

The Migraine Grinch

09/17/2015 05:08:41 AM

Waking up in a foul mood, I found fault with everyone and everything that crossed my path. Nothing could please me. I even nitpicked over dinner, where normally I am gracious. After... READ MORE > read more

The time I went through withdrawal

09/17/2015 05:07:32 AM

I tell the story of a few years ago, when I went through medication withdrawal, in the hopes it may help someone else not have to go through what I did. I... READ MORE > read more

Borrowing Energy from Tomorrow to Enjoy Today

09/16/2015 05:28:05 AM

My boyfriend and I had dinner with friends recently. They live on the West Coast so we only get to see them once or twice a year. We had so much to... READ MORE > read more

Miles for Migraine 2015

09/16/2015 05:27:15 AM

Susan G. Komen has races all over the country for Breast Cancer Awareness. Avon sponsors a two-day walk to raise money for the same purpose. Last year the ALS society raised $115... READ MORE > read more

Migraine and Divorce: Overcoming Guilt in the Wake of a Separation

09/16/2015 05:21:22 AM

Migraine has a tremendous impact on our family relationships. Our illness causes us to cancel plans, say “no” when we want to say “yes,” and reduce our level of presence in our... READ MORE > read more

It takes all kinds of kinds

09/15/2015 05:50:42 AM

I’ve had that Miranda Lambert song running around in my head for a week. It was about to drive me crazy until that creative spark finally took off. It’s strange how a... READ MORE > read more

Another new house, another new batch of hopes and dreams

09/15/2015 05:44:13 AM

In the summer of 2014, my then-landlords (who happened to be my parents) decided they wanted to sell the house I’d been renting from them for a decade. Jim and I moved... READ MORE > read more

Migraine in America: Early Symptoms and Diagnosis

09/14/2015 18:21:29 PM

While head pain is widely understood as the primary symptom in patients with migraine, there are many other symptoms that patients experience that can have a great impact on their overall quality... READ MORE > read more

What if we finally had a cure?

09/14/2015 05:15:31 AM

I’m not talking about trigger identification and elimination, a treatment that finally works, or a special diet. I’m talking about a real, honest-to-goodness cure that stops our brains from being so sensitive... READ MORE > read more

Community Appreciation: Interview with Nora!

09/13/2015 17:34:27 PM

Here at, we recently started a new, monthly initiative to celebrate our incredible community. We’re kicking it off in honor of reaching 100,000 Facebook “likes”, and to do so, we introduce... READ MORE > read more

Community Appreciation: Interview with Emily!

09/13/2015 17:33:05 PM

As part of a new initiative to celebrate our incredible community, we introduce to you the first set in our series of monthly interviews of community members! We’re kicking this off in... READ MORE > read more

Community Appreciation: 100K Likes & New Monthly Celebration!

09/13/2015 16:35:46 PM

To commemorate our amazing community for being such a kind and supportive one, and in honor of reaching a Facebook milestone of 100,000 likes, we want to take the time to thank YOU! It’s your... READ MORE > read more

Completely Unofficial, Made-Up Migraine Types: The Big Event Migraine

09/11/2015 05:40:08 AM

I have this particular brand of migraine discomfort that pops up during major events for me where I have to speak or even just be “on” and working with large groups of... READ MORE > read more

You Are Not a Superhero

09/10/2015 05:14:09 AM

You are not a superhero. And that’s okay. No one has asked you to be. No one, that is except, maybe, you. (And perhaps, in some ways, society, but that’s another piece... READ MORE > read more

Patient-reported outcomes from the 2015 Migraine in America Survey

09/09/2015 20:05:47 PM

The Migraine In America 2015 online survey gathered insights from 4,502 patients currently diagnosed with migraines in hopes of better understanding their symptoms, treatment experience and life impact. Those surveyed came from... READ MORE > read more

My Botox Experiment

09/08/2015 07:07:14 AM

Pinch, poke, ow. Poke. Ow. “All done!” In the summer of 2012 I got my first Botox injections.  In a matter of minutes around 150 units were now semi-permanently under my skin.... READ MORE > read more

How to really find a headache specialist

09/07/2015 17:40:07 PM

I have a great headache doctor. In fact, I have two. Both have helped dramatically reduce the frequency, severity, and duration of my migraine and cluster attacks. I recommend them to local migraineurs... READ MORE > read more

Dear friends and family: sometimes I cancel plans when I feel good (a confession)

09/07/2015 17:38:10 PM

Dear friends and family, You have been so extraordinarily patient and understanding with me over the years, especially in relation to my migraine attacks.  You are supportive of my Avid Bookshop work... READ MORE > read more

You Know You’re a Migraineur if…

09/04/2015 04:57:12 AM

You know you’re a migraineur if… If you’re jealous of the items in your freezer. And so you’re looking at real estate in Siberia. You’d rather vacation somewhere cold and dark, and... READ MORE > read more

The basics of CBT

09/03/2015 04:57:31 AM

There is a growing body of research to support the use of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as part of an integrative approach to migraine treatment. CBT won’t replace headache specialists, preventive therapies, or... READ MORE > read more

Moving with migraine

09/02/2015 04:57:32 AM

We moved houses again at the end of July despite my deep and abiding loathing of the moving process.  There are a few things that inspired Jim and me to pack up... READ MORE > read more

Some headaches are caused by neck problems

09/01/2015 05:11:01 AM

Sometimes migraineurs will experience headaches that don’t respond to migraine treatment. When this happens frequently, doctors may consider the possibility of another headache disorder. One such disorder originates with problems in the upper. > read more

Oliver Sacks, Neurologist, Author, Migraine Patient

08/31/2015 10:23:49 AM

The acclaimed author and neurologist, Oliver Sacks, who has died aged 82, brought stories about unusual neurological cases to a wide audience. His writing managed to explore the complexities of the brain,... READ MORE > read more

Childhood Abdominal Migraine: A Real Life Example

08/30/2015 18:09:12 PM

As my daughter’s mother, I’ve had a lot of scares. There was that time she almost drowned, and the time she crashed her bike and chipped her front tooth. There were the... READ MORE > read more

Teva Launches New Migraine Treatment, Zecuity

08/28/2015 13:35:16 PM

Teva CNS announced the launch of Zecuity (sumatriptan iontophoretic transdermal system), which was initially approved by the FDA in January 2013. Zecuity is approved for the treatment of migraine with or without... READ MORE > read more

Migraine Symptoms: Test Your Knowledge

08/28/2015 06:24:09 AM

Migraine symptoms can range from throbbing pain, fatigue, and nausea to transient aphasia, food cravings, and photophobia. Adding to the complexity – each person may experience migraine symptoms differently. If you want to learn... READ MORE > read more

New Migraine Treatment, Zecuity, Launched by Teva

08/27/2015 10:20:41 AM

Zecuity (sumatriptan iontophoretic transdermal system), which was initially approved by the FDA in January 2013, has been launched by Teva CNS for the treatment of migraine with or without aura in adults. Zecuity... READ MORE > read more

Community Thoughts: What You Wish More People Knew About Migraine

08/27/2015 05:06:52 AM

There are many myths and misconceptions about migraine. Many people don’t know that it’s a chronic condition, not to mention a neurological disorder.  So, we asked our Facebook community: what do you wish... READ MORE > read more

Doing everything “right” and still getting a migraine

08/26/2015 05:23:12 AM

I’ve been taking pretty good care of myself lately: getting enough sleep, taking steps to reduce stress and anxiety, making and keeping doctor appointments, creating and (mostly) maintaining my to-do lists, and... READ MORE > read more

Improving the moment

08/25/2015 19:52:27 PM

We all have moments in our experience with Migraine that feel intolerable. Whether it’s the agonizing pain, the mood swings, disappointing results, unsympathetic loved ones, or simply the stigma and burden of... READ MORE > read more

Oh, joy! Waking up and being migraine-free

08/24/2015 04:43:11 AM

Last night I went to bed around 11:30 PM with a strange but not altogether unfamiliar sensation in my head and neck. It was the first twinge of what could be an... READ MORE > read more

Dangerous medication mix-up

08/22/2015 12:38:57 PM

This is serious danger that I never thought about until it happened to me. As most of you know, I have comorbid fibromyalgia. What you might not know is that for the... READ MORE > read more

Community Ideas: Managing Migraine at Work

08/21/2015 05:04:28 AM

Managing migraine at work can be incredibly challenging; yet many people do so quite often. So, we asked our Facebook community: “How do you handle migraine in the workplace? Do you have tips for... READ MORE > read more

Ode to my cat, Satchel

08/20/2015 05:25:47 AM

You guys, my cat is the greatest. I know, I know.  You have a cat, or a dog, or a ferret, or a rat, and you firmly believe that YOUR pet is... READ MORE > read more

Adjusting to Medicare

08/19/2015 05:00:39 AM

Sometimes migraine or other headache disorders become so severe that we are unable to work. Some of us must make the painful decision to apply for disability benefits. Those benefits may come... READ MORE > read more

Another take on acceptance

08/18/2015 04:56:47 AM

For many who struggle with daily or near-daily Chronic Migraine, it can feel impossible to accept the reality of constant pain. Acceptance doesn’t have to be complicated.  The biggest hurdle most people... READ MORE > read more

Endometriosis and me – part 1

08/17/2015 05:04:03 AM

In December 2014, I went to the gynecologist for the first time in…well…a long time. My “annual” exam schedule had somehow ended up on a twice-per-decade schedule. I blame a lack of... READ MORE > read more

Top Places to Find Support with Living with Migraine

08/16/2015 19:14:51 PM

Feelings of alienation and isolation can make life with migraine and other invisible illnesses harder than it has to be, but finding the support we need to feel connected can be daunting... READ MORE > read more

Wait, What Was I Saying?

08/14/2015 12:13:57 PM

Pill Reminder Last week I was filling up my weekly med box. It’s big. I have one row for morning meds and another row for evening meds.  There’s something like 14 pills... READ MORE > read more

Dear doctor, I wish you understood even better than you do

08/13/2015 05:23:07 AM

As I’ve mentioned before, I am very grateful to have excellent healthcare providers on my team.  My primary care doctor is vivacious and strong and smart, and she’ll never make me feel... READ MORE > read more

Whose Health is Better?

08/12/2015 05:05:58 AM

Who’s Health is better? Mine or my grandparents?  I’m lucky to have three of my four grandparents still alive. My mom’s parents both turned 80 this year. They watched my brother and... READ MORE > read more

Memorable Migraine #9: Back in time to ’99

08/10/2015 05:00:21 AM

I’m not a clotheshorse, and I don’t tend to spend much time or money on home decor and housekeeping necessities.  Though I own a lot of jewelry (mostly the inexpensive kind), I... READ MORE > read more

Five essentials for relapse prevention

08/09/2015 17:55:37 PM

Thanks to Botox, I am enjoying a nice break from the symptoms of chronic migraine. I finally have a treatment regimen that keeps the attacks down to one or two per week. Most... READ MORE > read more

Managing Migraine Nausea

08/07/2015 17:34:24 PM

Nausea and vomiting are as (or more) disabling than pain for some people with migraine. Not only do these symptoms add to the misery of migraine, migraine medications aren’t very useful if you... READ MORE > read more

Description of one of my bad attacks

08/06/2015 21:04:16 PM

I wrote this based off notes I scribbled during a particularly intense migraine attack in mid-2014. Sadly, the memories of such attacks are strong, so I relied on my own recollections to... READ MORE > read more

Regular Use of NSAIDs Can Inhibit Ovulation, Reduce Fertility

08/05/2015 11:54:08 AM

Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) inhibit ovulation and reduce progesterone in women, according to new research. In the study, the reduction in fertility happened in only 10 days. It is temporary and can... READ MORE > read more

Being a migraineur’s mom

08/03/2015 19:52:32 PM

In addition to being a migraineur, I am also mom to two migraineurs. Mothers learn to accept a certain level of uncertainty. We question every action or failure to act and then... READ MORE > read more

7 Ways to Get More Triptans Each Month

08/02/2015 21:07:10 PM

Now that you know why triptans are rationed and the rationale behind it, let’s get to what you really want to know—is there a way to increase how many triptans you get... READ MORE > read more

When I’m mentally checked out, it’s really hard on my loved ones

08/02/2015 05:07:39 AM

Longtime readers of my articles (which originally were blog posts on my blog called—you guessed it!—“The Migraine Girl”) know I have had a wonderful, loving man in my life for many... READ MORE > read more

What is a migraine emergency?

07/31/2015 05:12:43 AM

Two years ago I was doing some last-minute shopping the night before Thanksgiving day.  I started experiencing a prolonged aura that could have been the early signs of a stroke.  After an... READ MORE > read more

Married…with migraine

07/30/2015 05:13:19 AM

During my late teens and through most of my twenties, I didn’t expect to ever get married. I can be so fiercely independent it sometimes impairs my ability to work on a... READ MORE > read more

Community ideas: withstanding the heat with migraine

07/29/2015 05:23:50 AM

During the spring and summer (and sometimes even the fall!) months, it can get unbearably hot – not to mention that heat can also be a migraine trigger for some. So, we asked... READ MORE > read more

Triptan Rationing

07/29/2015 05:20:37 AM

The box of nine Amerge that I just picked up from the pharmacy has gone missing. My anger and anxiety about that fact are far greater than might seem reasonable, but I’m... READ MORE > read more

Embracing the migraine identity

07/28/2015 05:03:49 AM

There’s a popular saying within a lot of chronic illness communities… You are not your illness. But what happens when your illness starts before you’re old enough to remember it? Does it not... READ MORE > read more

I feel the heat wave in my bones

07/27/2015 04:57:17 AM

Today and yesterday were blissfully cool by Georgia summer standards.  Both mornings I went for an hour-long walk, yesterday in a nearby park by myself as I listened to podcasts, today with... READ MORE > read more

Comfort measure basics

07/26/2015 19:09:23 PM

We have a collection of information so vast that even those of us who work here often use the search engine to find answers to your questions. So one day, out of curiosity, I... READ MORE > read more

Migraine Absurdities

07/24/2015 05:09:43 AM

Laughing at the absurd things I do because of migraine keeps me from crying about them. Here are some of the migraine absurdities that amuse me. Please share your own in the comments!... READ MORE > read more

20 ways we can sabotage our migraine progress

07/23/2015 05:01:44 AM

As this article was beginning to take shape, self-doubt almost kept it hidden in the folder of “unfinished projects.” A lot of time was wasted worrying about your possible responses.  The title alone... READ MORE > read more

Would you Skype with a headache specialist?

07/23/2015 04:59:46 AM

Imagine seeing a specialist who really understands migraine and can recommend the best possible treatments for you. Some of us are fortunate to have a specialist nearby or are able to travel... READ MORE > read more

Putting Others in Your Migraine Shoes… With a Game

07/22/2015 04:58:37 AM

Explaining how migraine wreaks havoc on your life to someone who hasn’t experienced it can feel impossible. “If they could be in my shoes, they’d understand how hard this is,” people often... READ MORE > read more

CGRP Antagonists are the New Triptans

07/22/2015 04:55:56 AM

The American Headache Society (AHS) held its 57th Annual Conference in June 2015 in Washington, DC. The buzzword this year was CGRP, which stands for Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide. A peptide is a... READ MORE > read more

My first experience with triptans

07/22/2015 04:45:09 AM

It was in the spring of 1995 when I first experienced using triptans to treat acute migraine attacks. I’d been a migraineur for twenty years, relying on way too much Advil, cold wet... READ MORE > read more

Finding Hope in Migraine Research

07/21/2015 05:12:35 AM

I recently had the pleasure of talking to Cathy Glaser, founder of the Migraine Research Foundation (MRF), about their 2014 Research grants. Their worldwide grants, called seed-money grants, fund innovative research. They... READ MORE > read more

A Caregiver’s Advice on Caregiving

07/21/2015 05:08:33 AM

When I asked Allison, the caregiver whose husband has chronic migraine, how she takes care of herself and what advice she has for other caregivers, she responded with this David Letterman-style top... READ MORE > read more

Migraine bachelorette party

07/20/2015 05:14:18 AM

A few weeks before my wedding, one of my dearest friends (the famous-to-you-longtime-readers “HT”) decided that I needed to have a bachelorette party.  For years, I eschewed the idea of a bachelorette... READ MORE > read more

A reality check on positive thinking

07/19/2015 18:38:34 PM

That skycap just left me at the gate without telling anyone I needed assistance getting onto the plane. Annoyed, I limped down the ramp, cane in one hand, backpack strapped over my... READ MORE > read more

Bouts of Nausea = Headacheless Migraine?

07/17/2015 12:28:28 PM

I woke to find myself mid-stride, dashing to the bathroom. I felt perfectly fine when I got into bed, while I was reading, and even when I settled in to sleep. Then... READ MORE > read more

Our “Ask Me Anything-Migraine Triggers” Event – Here’s the Recap!

07/16/2015 05:16:27 AM

On Monday, June 15th, hosted our Ask Me Anything (AMA) event on Facebook, facilitated by our moderators and team in honor of Migraine and Headache Awareness Month (MHAM). The purpose was to provide a set time... READ MORE > read more

Recommended guidelines for opioid treatment

07/16/2015 05:05:26 AM

In this final installment of our series on opioid medications we will be exploring the guidelines recommended by leading headache experts. In case you’re just now joining in, please take a look at A... READ MORE > read more

Trying the NTI device for TMJ pain and migraine prevention

07/15/2015 05:49:33 AM

Several years ago, I talked with my then-dentist about my tendency to clench my teeth at night. (Though I’ve occasionally been a grinder, I generally just clench in my sleep, or even... READ MORE > read more

2015 3rd Annual AHMA Patient Conference

07/14/2015 07:30:34 AM

The 3rd Annual Patient Conference of the American Headache and Migraine Association (AHMA) took place on June 22nd in Washington, DC. AHMA exists to provide support and education to patients with migraine... READ MORE > read more

Flying with a disability

07/13/2015 20:52:29 PM

I recently traveled on a commercial airline for the first time in 14 years. Due to a knee injury, my doctor recommended using a cane when climbing stairs or walking more than... READ MORE > read more

AVP-825 vs. Oral Sumatriptan: Results of The COMPASS study

07/13/2015 13:14:13 PM

AVP-825 is an investigational breath-powered intranasal delivery system for delivering sumatriptan powder (22 mg). Placebo-controlled trials have shown that AVP-825 provides significantly greater pain relief as early as 30 minutes after dosing.... RE > read more

The Future of Classifying Migraine Through MRI

07/13/2015 06:13:44 AM

The American Headache Society (AHS) held its 57th Annual Conference in June 2015 in Washington, DC. This year’s Wolff Award was presented to Dr. Todd J. Schwedt, MD, FAHS, Professor of Neurology... READ MORE > read more

A Caregiver’s Perspective

07/12/2015 20:58:39 PM

Allison is a caregiver for Brian, her husband, who has chronic migraine. She agreed to an interview about what it’s like to be a caregiver. She responded to my questions with candor... READ MORE > read more

The FDA requires drug makers to strengthen warning labels for NSAIDs

07/10/2015 11:44:47 AM

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced new data that shows nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) cause an increase in the risk of heart attack and stroke. Serious side effects and increased risk... READ MORE > read more

25% Increase in Number of Certified Headache Specialists

07/10/2015 05:14:32 AM

An additional 104 headache specialists were certified by the United Council for Neurologic Subspecialities in 2014. That brings the number of specialists in the U.S. to 520, which is a 25% increase!... READ MORE > read more

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