Headache in the News Archive

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Format: 2014-09-01
Format: 2014-09-01
  • 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:

  • Got a headache?
    2010 Dec 17

    We have all had it in our lives — not once but several times. But how is a headache diagnosed? What are its various forms? Is it hereditary? Ritu Raizada turns to an expert for the answers.

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  • Migraines - 5 Things to Avoid
    2010 Dec 17

    While there are no definitive solutions to ensure that your migraine headache is never again triggered, health care specialists have identified some common culprits that you do your best to avoid.

    Check out this link to find five triggers to avoid.

  • Sudden Headache When Exercising
    2010 Dec 16

    Exercise headaches develop after vigorous physical activity. According to MayoClinic.com, these headaches are usually benign, and are categorized as primary exercise headaches.

    Read more about what you can do if you experience a headache during physical activity.

  • Learning about headache pain
    2010 Dec 6

    The headache is one of the most common types of pain, and it sometimes one of the least understood. Three types of headaches –– tension, migraine or cluster –– account for 90 percent of all headaches, according to Yale Medical Group.

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  • Migraine Rescue: FDA pulls Darvon and Darvocet
    2010 Nov 29

    Now, all medications containing propoxyphene have been pulled from the market following FDA studies of safety risks. Given that these medications have been on the market for more than 50 years, it's a controversial decision.

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  • Wrinkle-eraser helping migraine sufferers?
    2010 Nov 22

    Millions of people suffer from chronic migraines every year, and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has just approved an unconventional treatment involving a medicine used to erase wrinkles.

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  • Headache and migraine elimination diet
    2010 Nov 21

    Diet can play an important role in the prevention and treatment of migraine and headache.

    Check out this link to learn more:

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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.

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