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Migraine Remains Highly Prevalent Medical Condition, According to New Study

Women, Vulnerable Populations Bear Disproportionate Disease Burden; ER Visits Common, But Best Treatments Not Usually Prescribed (View Referenced Paper)

 

American Headache Society Provides Updated Assessment of Medications to Treat Acute Migraine

New Guidelines Will Inform Treatment Choices, Facilitate Doctor-­‐Patient Discussion

 

American Migraine Foundation Seeks to Create First National Patient Registry

The American Migraine Foundation is seeking funding in efforts to create the first Migraine Patient Registry and Biorepository – an international database of information on every person who has migraine, along with a collection of physical samples of saliva, blood and other genetic materials and biological fluids, and brain images – all of which can be used when conducting migraine research.

 

Limits on Neuroimaging for Headache Risky?

New "Choosing Wisely" recommendations that discourage neuroimaging for some patients with headache may lead to delayed or missed diagnosis of brain tumor, caution neurosurgeons from Washington University School of Medicine in St. American Headache Society (AHS) Immediate Past President Elizabeth Loder, MD, MPH, from Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, MA, shared her thoughts on the paper as the leader of the task force that developed the AHS's "Choosing Wisely" recommendations

 

AMF Offers Food Tips Plus Other Holiday Advice for Reducing Migraine Attacks

How to Avoid Foods that Trigger Migraines During the Holiday Season

 
 
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