Posts Tagged: headache

Migraine Devices Give New Options for Relief

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently approved two new migraine devices for pre-migraine and migraine symptoms. Each unit may help migraine sufferers who do not want to take prescription drugs, have had limited benefit with medication or can’t tolerate their side effects. Typical migraine symptoms include a pulsing or throbbing headache, often on… Read more »

Kids’ Migraines Can Make School a “Headache”

When school starts, most parents get busy buying books, supplies, clothes and much more. But kids’ migraines give a new dimension to school preparation for moms and dads. As many as 10 percent of grade-school children have migraine headaches, and half of all sufferers get their first migraine before the age of 12. By the… Read more »

Hangover Cure? You Wish!

When you go out on New Year’s Eve, remember there’s no proven hangover “remedy.” It’s best to avoid a hangover headache altogether to save a lot of grief. Of course, you can dodge post-party blues by skipping alcohol entirely. But if you do drink, here’s how to prevent a hangover: Eat first to curb the… Read more »