NHF HeadLines Excerpts

 Readers' Mail Archive

 Ask the Pharmacist Archive

 Case Studies in Headache Archive

 Kids Korner Archive

For more than 30 years, the National Headache Foundation has been publishing its award-winning newsletter, NHF HeadLines. Two of the most popular features of the newsletter have always been "Readers' Mail" and "Ask the Pharmacist," columns where respected healthcare professionals answer the questions of readers like you.

More recently, we have introduced the "Case Studies in Headache" column, where experienced doctors show how they make diagnoses of different headache-related conditions using real cases as examples. Now, for the first time, the NHF is making its archive of these columns available on this website.

The "Readers' Mail," "Ask the Pharmacist," "Case Studies in Headache" and "Kids Korner" columns from the past year can be accessed by clicking on the appropriate link below. We will be gradually adding more columns from further back in the past, and hope to eventually include additional questions and answers exclusive only to the website - so keep an eye on this page!

(Please note: medical information can become outdated very quickly. Please check with your doctor and/or pharmacist before following any of the guidelines in these columns.)

Current NHF Members can access the entire NHF HeadLines archive.

Would you like to have NEW "Readers' Mail," "Ask the Pharmacist" and "Case Studies in Headache" columns, in addition to in-depth articles on headache, breaking news about new medications, reviews of topical books and more, delivered to your house or your home computer every other month?

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