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The US Food and Drug Administration announced last week it would allow the marketing of a magnetic device aimed at relieving migraine headache pain for the first time.
In a paper published in the Christmas edition of The BMJ, researchers have looked at how German composer Richard Wagner's disabling migraines and headaches influenced his operas.
Pittsburgh-based InventHelp, a leading inventor service company, is submitting the H.H.
Denver, CO dentist Dr. Charles S.
The central analgesic mechanism of acupuncture for migraine remains poorly understood.
With every heartbeat, the blood is sent to all our peripheral tissues, generating changes in pulsatile perfusion.
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Founded by hangover specialist Dr. Jason Burke, the Hangover Research Institute (HRI) recently received 501 c3 exempt status from the IRS.
Heat therapy is a treatment in the medical field to relieve pain and improve over health. It can be a therapy used only once, repeatedly in rehabilitation sessions, or as part of an after-care routine in sports medicine. It can be delivered in many forms with success in all. How the Heat Helps As heat is introduced to the area, the temperature will increase beginning from the outer layer and moving deeper into the tissues. After the change in temperature, the blood vessels in the area of...
Cephalalgia is a peer-reviewed medical journal published by SAGE Publications on behalf of the International Headache Society. The journal is subtitled 'An International Journal of Headache'. The journal was established in 1981 and is published tri-weekly (or 16 times per year). It was previously published by Blackwell Publishing. The editor-in-chief is David W. Dodick of Mayo Clinic College of Medicine. Cephalalgia provides an international forum for research, review and discussions on...
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