: ' migraine'

New Tweetment for Migraine

Someone’s drilling an icicle into your temple, you’re throwing up, and light and sound are unbearable. Yes, it’s another migraine attack. But now in 140 characters on Twitter, you can share your agony with other sufferers. [...]

Botox Could Relieve Pain for Months

By Pat Anson, Editor A single injection of modified Botox could relieve pain from migraines, arthritis and back pain for months without any side effects, according to UK researchers. Botox is best known for smoothing out [...]

Doctor Says Migraine Drugs Overused

By Richard Lenti As anyone who has ever suffered from migraines can tell you, the pain in unbearable and they will do almost anything to make it go away. But some medications designed to alleviate the [...]

Migraines Knock Out Notre Dame Starter

By Ed Coghlan When an elite college football player from a major program has to quit the sport, you’d normally think of a blown knee, or an ankle or shoulder injury. But for Danny Spond, starting [...]

Abnormal Arteries Cause Most Migraines

By Richard Lenti A network of arteries supplying blood flow to the brain is more likely to be incomplete in people who suffer migraines, according to a new study by researchers in the Perelman School of [...]

Weather Does Not Affect Fibromyalgia

By Pat Anson, Editor Many people who suffer from fibromyalgia say changes in the weather can affect their level of pain and fatigue. But according to a new study by Dutch researchers, weather conditions such as [...]

Could Fibromyalgia Be Labeled a Psychiatric Illness?

By Celeste Cooper, RN May 12th is Fibromyalgia Awareness Day – a day we try to educate and build awareness about a disease that affects over six million Americans and many more around the world. The [...]

FDA Warns Pregnant Women About Migraine Drugs

By Pat Anson, Editor The Food and Drug Administration is warning pregnant women not to use migraine drugs containing valproate sodium because they could lower the IQs of their unborn children. The warning applies to several [...]

Neurostimulation Reduces Migraines (Video)

By Pat Anson, Editor A neurostimulation device that looks like a space age tiara could be a new option for migraine sufferers. Wearing the stimulator for just 20 minutes a day reduces the number of migraines [...]

Migraine Drugs Ineffective In Children

By Richard Lenti Headaches are as common in young people as they are in adults. But according to the results of two new studies published in JAMA Pediatrics, there is no clear evidence that drugs used [...]