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More than one-third of migraineurs need preventive Rx yet only ~3%-13% use it. Do you know what drugs current guidelines recommend? Get an 8-slide update, here.

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If one triptan doesn't work for your patient's migraines, try, try again. A neurologist offers tips on the pros and cons of the 6 available agents.

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What it all boils down to: smoking is a risk factor for stroke--no matter your age or your migraine status.

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By asking and answering these questions, I learned some new tricks that can help you help migraine sufferers.

What brings patients to your office—and not the specialty office down the street? Insights in this slideshow.

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A novel drug-device may not only be a promising non-oral triptan acute migraine treatment, but may be more efficacious than its oral counterpart.

Triptan and ergotamine drugs are staples of acute migraine treatment. But questions about their cardiovascular safety linger in the absence of clear evidence. A short slide show looks at what we do know.

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