Kids Korner Archive

Click on the issue number for the full text of the Kid's Korner column for that issue.

Issue #177 - Winter 2011

  • Complementary and Alternative Therapies

Issue #176 - Fall 2010

  • When Headache Medications Rebound

Issue #175 - Summer 2010

  • Pseudotumor Cerebri—the False Brain Tumor

Issue #174 - May/June 2010

  • Psychological Factors In Childhood Headaches

Issue #173 - March/April 2010

  • Abdominal Migraine

Issue #172 - January/February 2010

  • Taking Your Child to the Emergency Room

Issue #171 - November/December 2009

  • Are the Headaches Being Caused by What She Eats?

Issue #170 - September/October 2009

  • When Exercise Leads to Headaches

Issue #169 - July/August 2009

  • Helping Kids Manage a Divorce without Pain

Issue #168 - May/June 2009

  • New Daily Persistent Headache

Issue #167 - March/April 2009

  • Post-Concussion Headaches in Young Athletes

Issue #166 - January/February 2009

  • Treating a Child's Migraine Attack

Issue #165 - November/December 2008

  • When School Absences Become a Problem

Issue #164 - September/October 2008

  • Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome Q & A

Issue #163 - July/August 2008

  • Treating Chronic Daily Headache Q & A

Issue #162 - May/June 2008

  • My doctor has diagnosed my child with migraine. How is migraine treated in Children?
  • Calming the Migraine Brain
  • A Rational Approach to Medications

Issue #161 - March/April 2008

  • A Visit to the Pediatric Headache Specialist
  • A Visit to the Psychologist

Issue #160 - January/February 2008

  • Welcome to Kids Korner
  • How common is headache in children?
  • How do I know what kind of headache my child has?
  • I'm concerned my child's headache could be caused by something bad like a brain tumor.
  • What tests are needed to diagnose children's headaches?
  • What's the best way to treat children's headaches?

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Just a note of thanks to the NHF for hosting these helpful online seminars.  The recent "Fibromyalgia and Migraine" was the second Webinar I've attended, and I learned a great deal.

The Webinars are easy to log into, the presentations are professional, and the presenters do not "talk down" to their auditors. The NHF is apparently choosing subject matter experts with care, and the information is up-to-date. 

Again, thank you for the hard work. I look forward to future Webinars.

Deborah S.



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