A recent study conducted in Italy suggests many patients believed to be suffering from cervical pain actually have migraine. This misdiagnosis, the study concludes, has a negative impact on the patients’ quality of life and produces an economic burden. Continue Reading
Jena Satchell has had migraines for at least 12 years. When her migraines began, the disease was crippling. Migraine affected her quality of life and her ability to function as a wife, a mother, and an executive at her company. Continue Reading
It is estimated that more than 6 million children and teens have migraine in the U.S. and many continue to have headaches as they age. However, two preventive drugs that may help them in adulthood may not help them as children, according to a study. Continue Reading
A preliminary study presented at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2016 shows women with migraine may be more likely to suffer a stroke.
This is not the first time migraine and stroke have been linked. Earlier in 2016, a study was presented at the American Stroke Association’s International Stroke Conference and revealed that migraine with aura doubles an individual’s likelihood of an ischemic stroke. Continue Reading