Latest migraines Stories
A new study has linked chronic migraines to brain abnormalities in the brain's outer cortex in the individual experiencing them. These abnormalities can exist from before birth or can be the result of later developmental issues.
According to team of neurologists from the University in Muenster, Germany, having sex can lead to “partial or complete relief” of headaches and migraines.
It is well-known that children and teens can suffer from debilitating migraines as much as adults do. And many of these younger sufferers are often prescribed the same drugs and doses that adults receive for their pulse-pounding headaches.
Today, a father-son research duo published a study claiming that one cause of headaches and migraines could be lightning, yet another unpredictable force in nature.
New research that was recently published in the journal Neurology suggests that two supposed migraine triggers, bright lights and hard exercise, may not have as much of an effect as previously thought.
Having a headache can be a real pain. Having a migraine can often feel ten times worse. And now, women who have migraines with visual disturbances (auras), such as flashing lights, may be dealing with more than just extra pain and discomfort.
Advanced Migraine Patient Ambassador's will share their wedding experience as migraine sufferers before and after a migraine relief neurostimulation procedure that helped them have the wedding
Caddy Products, LLC, the makers of the FaceCaddy Hot and Cold Therapy Wrap, has expanded their product line to include two new therapy wraps, the EyesCaddy and the BackCaddy.
Women with migraines did not appear to experience a decline in cognitive ability over time compared to those who didn't have them, according to a nine-year follow up study funded by the National Institutes of Health.
Researchers recently found that children who have migraines have a greater likelihood of having test scores that are lower than the average school performance of students who didn’t have any migraines.
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