- Commonly known for reducing wrinkles, Botox is now used for other health-related conditions, including headaches, overactive bladder, and muscle spasms.
- A new study suggests a lipid found in the blood may reveal the presence of episodic migraine (less than 15 headaches per month).
- Children suffering from chronic migraine may see a significant reduction in symptom intensity and frequency with cognitive behavioral therapy.
- Experts are urging patients and doctors to think twice before resorting to these five tests and therapies for headaches.
- A new Botox injection may alleviate arthritis and cancer pain without the side effects of painkillers.
- Researchers have found that people of lower income suffer more migraines, a severe headache that is more common among women than men.
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- Lighting can trigger the onset of painful headaches, particularly in people who suffer migraines, according to a new study.
- Research suggests that hangovers can be brought on not just by alcohol, but by certain foods.
- Women who have migraines have small lesions in the brain. However, these lesions do not have any negative effects on the brain.