Stay informed on the latest goings-on in the world of headache and migraine. Read the latest research, commentary, analysis, and more.
The U.S. Food & Drug Administration has updated its page for consumers about migraine to include more information about devices. Read the update here.
Four men with cluster headaches describe how agonizing the headache can be. Read Men’s Health for more about their story.
Teva is moving forward with a number of new drugs, including two for migraine. Read more in Globes.
Women using combined hormonal contraceptives and have migraine with aura are more likely to have an ischemic stroke. Learn more about this recent research at NeurologyAdvisor.com.
Article – Is it Sinus Headache or Migraine?
Detecting the subtle differences between sinus headache and migraine can be difficult. The Deming Headlight looks at some of the major differences.
NHF President Vincent Martin, MD has some diet advice for those with migraine based on a University of Cincinnati study. Read what foods to avoid in Woman’s Day.
The contentious 2016 election led to more migraines, according to a survey. Read more at NYMag.com.
A follow-up to the Pathway Cluster Headache (CH)-1 trial reported in the Journal of Headache and Pain suggests Sphenopalatine Ganglion (SPG) stimulation has long-term benefits. Read some more about this on NeurologyAdvisor.com.
The International Headache Academy is an intensive program aimed to improving education and patient care for young neurologists and researchers. Allergan will continue to support this program, according to a press release.
CoLucid Pharmaceuticals, a company developing a drug for the acute treatment of migraine, was purchased by Eli Lilly and Co. Read more about the agreement in the press release.
Nevada senior D.J. Fenner had a great game battling a migraine. “At the end of shoot-around I saw a lightning bolt stuck behind my eye and I knew a migraine was coming,” he told the Reno Gazette-Journal.
Article – The Heroism of Incremental Care
In health care, many resources are devoted to intensive procedures, such as surgery; however, the steady care that often helps people more is often ignored. The New Yorker looks at incremental care and its impact on specific diseases, such as migraine.
Migraines can be a challenge for employees and employers. Employee Benefit Adviser has tips for supporting workers with migraine.
Holly Baddour writes about what life is like for a migraine when it comes to opening up to the idea of improvement. Read how she handles hope and acceptance on migraine.com.
About 20% of school-aged children experience headaches. If your child is one of them, learn what you can and should do from this Practical Pain Management article.
Surgical patients with a history of migraine are at an increased risk for perioperative ischemic stroke, according to a study. Read more about the study published in The British Medical Journal.
A recent trial on the effects of manual therapy on headaches shows this therapy is as effective as placebo. Read more about the study in Neurology Advisor.
It seems there is a positive association between MS and migraine, according to a recent study. Read more about the study in the International Journal of Research in Medical Sciences.
Article – Migraine Headache: Help is Possible
Acute pain relief is important for migraine patients, but there are other things people with migraine can do. Contemporary Clinic looks at the goals, treatments, and how asking the right questions can help you.
After a car accident caused him to have daily migraines, Bill Rowland found relief in running. Read more about Rowland in The Journal News.
Analysis (Paid) – Still No Migraine Relief for Kids
Red wine is a common headache trigger. The Huffington Post looks at what causes this headache and how some of them may be avoided.