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Physiotherapists in Sweden say they have developed an exercise program that can improve fitness among migraine sufferers without aggravating the condition. The study, published in the journal Headache, followed 20 migraine sufferers asked to follow an exercise program using an exercise bike three times a week for three months under the guidance of a physiotherapist. We could see that those who participated in the study were much fitter after the training period, since their ability to absorb...
New research looks at whether a gene variant may affect the link between migraine and stroke or heart attacks. The study is published in the February 17, 2009, print issue of NeurologyÂ®, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology.
Careful migraine sufferers: overusing painkillers can hurt migraine patients, causing worse headaches that can require further medication.
A team of researchers led by investigators at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University has determined that certain commonly-prescribed medications may have the unintended consequence of increasing the frequency of migraine attacks.
Minster Pharmaceuticals, a drug development company, has announced positive results from its Phase II trial in Denmark of tonabersat in the prevention of migraine with aura.
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U.S. medical scientists say they may have found clues to the biological basis of migraine headaches suffered by 15 percent to 20 percent of people worldwide. By studying a rare, inherited form of migraine, researchers at Vanderbilt University Medical Center led by Dr. Alfred George Jr.
(Corrects to include dropped line in first paragraph) CHICAGO, July 18 (Reuters) - People who experience vision abnormalities before a migraine strikes are at double the risk of heart disease compared to people who do not get the debilitating headaches, a study said on Tuesday.
People who experience vision of heart disease compared to people who do not get the debilitating headaches, a study said on Tuesday.
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Adults who suffer from bouts of migraine without aura have slightly narrower retinal blood vessels, or arterioles, than adults without migraine, research shows.
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