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Oh No - Not Again! My Migraine is Back
Migraines can be agonizing for a person. On top of the misery during a migraine episode, concerns about recurrence of headaches soon after an attack are a cruel reality for many.
Migraine Sufferers Left a Dollar Short
Migraines may be one of the most common conditions affecting Americans, but that doesn't mean they're receiving equal attention. A lack of funding and research push means meager treatment options for those who suffer.
Avoiding Migraines Altogether
Migraines can be debilitating once they set in, but you may be able to beat them at their own game. Pinpointing triggers and taking action as soon as you feel their effects can help you avoid migraines and reduce their severity.
The Pain that Seems Everlasting
There is the kind of pain that happens when you stub a toe or slice your finger cutting vegetables. Then there is chronic pain, an enduring pain that can last for weeks, months, or even years.
More Than an Aspirin Headache
If you've never had a migraine headache, you may not have known the stomach-churning pain that can make all your senses go mad.
Brain Pain Ain't from Lupus
People with lupus have to deal with enough pain without worrying about headaches. Even though lupus patients were once told their headaches were caused by their disease, it now seems like they should be treated as a separate problem.
Headaches Common in Women
It can take a while to get back to normal even after a mild traumatic brain injury. Regardless of severity, headaches are common in the year after such an injury.
Natural PMS Relief
If you're a woman, you know those days before the flow can be difficult, even hellish, for you - and those around you. Do not despair, nature has a remedy that's now clinically proven to work.
Tylenol Extra Strength Caplets, 225 Count Bottles Recalled
McNeil Consumer Healthcare is recalling one product lot of Tylenol Extra Strength Caplets, 225 count bottles, distributed in the U.S.
Genes Linked to Migraines Discovered
For migraine sufferers, the sudden debilitating onset can be excruciating yet unexplained. However researchers have discovered a genetic link that might begin to explain why.