Chronic Migraine Burdens Whole Family
This debilitating disease has significant effects on family relationships as well as the person, a new study shows.
New Drug Class Shows Promise in Migraine Prevention
Studies of the first specific mechanism-based treatments may harken a new era of prevention.
Relaxation Followed by Stress Triggers Migraines
Migraine headaches increase significantly after persons relax and then experience heightened stress, according to the results of a new study.
A Heads-up on Migraines: What Causes the Throbbing
The current study may help create new pathways for better understanding and developing more effective and more specific medications.
Migraine Triggers Tricky for Patients to Pinpoint
Most patients have a sophisticated idea of what causes their headaches, but the chances of this information being wrong are higher than desirable unless the patient formally experimented with triggers.
MRI Detects Brain Abnormalities in Migraine Patients
Brain MRIs migraine sufferers reveal abnormalities in cortical thickness and some surface area. These measurements could improve understanding of migraines.
Migraine With Aura Raises Cardiovascular Disease Risk in Women
This condition is a more important risk factor than previously thought and should not be taken lightly.
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