If it’s been a while since you've seen a doctor for migraine treatment, it may be time to reach out again.
Our ever-present iPhones and other devices might have some curious effects on health—but there's no conclusive proof.
Migraine study finds high doses of aspirin can effectively treat symptoms—an affordable option for those who lack access to costlier medicine.
An innovative medicine aims to relieve symptoms in people who saw no effect—or ill effects—with past treatments.
They're a real and debilitating problem for millions of us, yet misunderstanding persists. Here are the facts.
Cognitive behavioral therapy, stress management, relaxation techniques and biofeedback may reduce symptoms by 50 percent.
Hot flashes, headaches and weight gain all sucked the energy out of Diane Peterman—until a menopause specialist helped her regain control.
People who thought their migraines were difficult to prevent may actually have hope of finding pain relief.
Exposure to ultra-low temperatures shows no benefits and may be dangerous.
This sort of pain is distinct from a migraine, but often difficult to diagnose.
Research shows sound therapy can balance brain signals. Could it be a new prescription for high blood pressure and migraines?
It's still too early to say for sure, but the promise of relief from chronic, excruciating headaches may be on the way.