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. More »
This condition is a more important risk factor than previously thought and should not be taken lightly. More »
Borderline Personality Disorder - Psychogenic Movement Disorders - Myalgic Encephalomyelitis - Migraine More »
Stigma correlated most strongly with inability to work and was greater for chronic migraine than for epilepsy or episodic migraine. More »
Migraine, particularly chronic migraine, as well as other chronic headaches, have high rates of comorbidity with... More »
School performance is more likely to be below average in children who have migraine than in those who do not have headaches. More »
Patients with multiple sclerosis are more than twice as likely to report migraines as controls, according to a recent meta-analysis. More »
A headache specialist and family practitioner reviews recent research on therapy for migraine headaches and points to... More »
In many patients, episodic migraines increase in frequency and transform into a refractory pattern.
What are the factors that underlie the transformation of episodic migraine to refractory migraine? Dr Susan Hutchinson... More »
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