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    A new drug for migraine under-performs, revealing a new treatment possibility in the process.
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    Older people with a history of migraines have double the odds of silent stroke compared to people without headaches.
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    The FDA has approved marketing for a new migraine treatment, which stimulates the head with magnetic energy pulses.
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    A new 30-minute Botox treatment may alleviate pain from cluster headaches for up to eight months.
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    SpongeBob SquarePants, and other children's TV programs could be worsening children's brain function according to new research. Psychologists found that a brief exposure to the programs caused a dampening effect in the brain.
  • Migraine is a neurovascular disease that affects about 15% of the western population. Compounds in foods and beverages (chocolate, wine, citrus, etc) considered as migraine triggers include tyramine, phenylethylamine and possibly histamine and phenolic compounds. Avoiding those triggers may significantly reduce the frequency of migraines in some patients.
  • Headache is a very common complaint, with over 90% of all persons experiencing a headache at some time in their lives. Headaches commonly are tension-type (TTH) or migraine.
  • A Mayo Clinic case study finds Botox may offer new hope to patients suffering disabling low cerebrospinal fluid headaches. The successful treatment also offers new insight into Botox and headache treatment generally. The case study was presented March 13th, 2011 at the American Academy of Neurology meeting in Hawaii.
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    Recent work, in particular the CAMERA study, has used MRI to study the brains of migraine sufferers and has shown that a higher proportion of these patients exhibit lesions of the brain microvessels than the rest of the population.
  • Migraine is among the worst feeling you would want to feel. The aching sensation you fell inside your head makes it feel like it’s about to explode in no time. Migraine can be caused by stress or by skipping meals.
  • There are numerous day to day events that can trigger or cause migraine headache. The occurrence of migraine headache is dependent to a person’s sensitivity. An overly sensitive person can get migraine due to red wine, emotional stress, caffeine withdrawal or skipped meals.
  • Headaches put you through a lot of misery, and there are many people who suffer from these bouts of pain either because of migraines or sinusitis.
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