Headache in the News Archive

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Format: 2014-10-01
Format: 2014-10-01
  • Babies' colic linked to mothers' migraines
    2014 Sep 30

    A study of mothers and their young babies by neurologists at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) has shown that mothers who suffer migraine headaches are more than twice as likely to have babies with colic than mothers without a history of migraines.

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  • 17 struggles only migraine-sufferers understand
    2014 Sep 24

    Not sure if you're experiencing a migraine or a headache? here are the differences between the two, according to one sufferer.

  • Caffeine drink and migraine: Trigger or treatment?
    2014 Sep 22

    Because the effectiveness of different migraine treatments varies widely from individual to individual, it is important for migraine sufferers to keep track of what works for them and what does not.

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  • Botox continues 25th anniversary celebration
    2014 Sep 18

    On May 5, 2014, Allergan announced the launch of a film commemorating the 25th anniversary of one of the most recognized pharmaceutical brands in the United States. The film features a chronic migraine patient sharing her first-hand experience living with the condition. For each person that views or shares the film, Alergan will provide support to the National Headache Foundation. To view the file, visit http://bit.ly/1msfKHw.

  • Your fragrance may be giving you a migraine
    2014 Sep 8

    If you suffer from migraines, you may want to start shopping for unscented products.

    Read why fragrances can trigger your headaches:

  • Instant pain relief from cluster headaches?
    2014 Sep 4

    During a clinical trial at Ohio State, docotrs will insert transmitters into 120 patients looking to help people who suffer from cluster headaches.

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  • How to manage your children's headaches
    2014 Sep 2

    In a comprehensive article in Pediatrics in Review, Dr. Heidi Blume reports that in any given year, 58 percent of children will complain of some type of headache.

    Learn more about how you can manage your children's headaches:

  • Back to school may mean headache pain for your child
    2014 Aug 29

    One way to help your child with headaches is to make sure he or she is keeping healthy lifestyle habits.

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  • Cosmetic eyelid surgery also shown to improve migraine pain
    2014 Aug 27

    A cosmetic eyelid surgery that's typically used to tighten up the tissues around the eye may also help provide migraine relief, according to a recent study published in the journal Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.


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  • Hope for chronic headache sufferers
    2014 Aug 25

    Earlier this month, an Ohio man became the first person in the country to undergo an experimental surgery to treat cluster headaches.

    Read more about the surgery and other experimental treatments:

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