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Mar 21, 2016 03:55 PM

New Migraine Drugs Are on the Horizon

New insight into the chemical mechanism involved in migraine pain has led to new medicines, now in late stages of development


AHS and AMF 1st Annual Short FIlm Competition

The American Headache Society (AHS) and the American Migraine Foundation (AMF) announce a call for entries for the 1st Migraine Moment Contest. The competition is designed to convey many powerful and complex ideas about migraine and people with migraine – the pain and burden of course, but also the struggles and triumphs in finding relief and help from treatments and doctors, family and friends. Who better to offer strate


FDA Sees Stronger Link Between Popular Pain Meds and Heart Attack or Stroke

If you’re one of the 30 million people who take Advil®, Motrin®, and Aleve® for pain — including the occasional headache — you’ll definitely want to read up on the latest warning from the FDA...


Migraine and Tension-Type: A Real Pain in the Neck

How many times have you heard someone describe something (or someone) that’s annoying as “a pain in the neck”? For lots of people, neck pain is much more than just an old saying.


Is Colic an Early Sign of Migraine?

As long as babies have been born, parents and doctors have struggled to find a remedy for the condition known as colic. Defined as inconsolable crying in otherwise healthy babies,1 and often recognized by “The Rule of Threes,”2 it’s estimated that 1 in 5 newborns suffers from colic.

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