A recent study by Doulberis and colleagues provides a comprehensive summary of the relevant published studies linking migraine and gastrointestinal or related disorders.
Nasal administration of sumatriptan powder in patients with migraine results in quicker reductions in pain intensity and migraine-related disability compared with oral sumatriptan.
Results of a recent study found that the current costs of medical grade oxygen for use in the treatment of cluster headache are not "prohibitively expensive" for either healthcare insurance providers or for patients.
A multidisciplinary medical approach to headache treatment by physicians and nurses can significantly improve quality of life in patients with migraines.
Among individuals diagnosed with episodic migraines, stressful events can accurately predict an individual's risk of a headache, even before the onset of prodromal symptoms.
People who live at high altitudes may experience increase migraine prevalence, duration, and severity of migraine.
The FDA has cleared the non-invasive SpringTMS device for the acute and prophylactic treatment of migraine headaches.
Monthly galcanezumab injections at 120 mg or 240 mg offer clinical benefit in reducing migraine pain.
Local and painful symptoms and signs and general symptoms occur frequently prior to cluster headache attacks.
Women who are pregnant and have migraines are more likely to have posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) than women without migraine.
Eli Lily announced positive results from a Phase 3 trial of their first-in-class drug lasmiditan for the acute treatment of migraine.
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