Migraine

Created:   7/21/2009
Contains:  40 items
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Relief At Last: For years, untreated migraines threatened actress Bellamy Young's career and well-being. She hopes that by sharing her story she can spare others a similar fate.

Bolster, Mary; Roberts-Grey, Gina

Neurology Now. 12(6):32-35, December/January 2016.

For many years, untreated migraines threatened actress Bellamy Young's career and well-being. She hopes that by sharing her story she can spare others a similar fate.

Weighty Matters: Obesity has been linked to neurologic problems such as migraine, dementia, and sleep apnea. Our experts review the evidence and offer advice for getting weight...

Colino, Stacey

Neurology Now. 12(1):36-45, February/March 2016.

Obesity has been linked to neurologic disorders such as migraine, dementia, and sleep apnea. Our experts review the evidence and offer advice for getting weight under control.

ProtectYour Pregnancy: Certain neurologic conditions are treated with drugs that may be dangerous or inappropriate for women of reproductive age. We asked experts about the risks...

Gorman, Megan Othersen

Neurology Now. 11(5):48-53, October/November 2015.

Certain neurologic conditions are treated with drugs that may be dangerous for women of reproductive age. We asked the experts about the risks and the alternatives.

Readers Like Me: We asked 10 subscribers who have been with Neurology Now for 10 years to share their stories. Here's what they told us.

Hiscott, Rebecca

Neurology Now. 11(2):28-31, April/May 2015.

We asked 10 subscribers who have been with Neurology Now since the beginning to share their stories. Here's what they told us.

Turn Staring Into Caring: The stigma of a neurologic disorder can be stressful—and can make symptoms worse. Patients and doctors teach us how to turn negative reactions into...

Stephens, Stephanie

Neurology Now. 11(1):34-38, February/March 2015.

Patients share their strategies for overcoming the stigma associated with a neurologic disorder.

Neurology Then and Now: How our understanding of five common neurologic conditions has changed in 30 years.

Gordon, Debra

Neurology Now. 10(6):32-35, December/January 2014.

How our understanding of five common neurologic conditions—Alzheimer's disease, epilepsy, migraine, multiple sclerosis, and Parkinson's disease—has changed over the last 30 years.

Headaches in Children

Farley, Todd

Neurology Now. 9(3):28-35, June-July 2013.

Headache disorders in children and adolescents present a unique set of problems. “Headaches in children and adolescents are hard to diagnose, and we have few approved drugs for treatment,” says Stephen Silberstein, M.D.

Heading Off Migraine: What's the evidence for non-pharmaceutical approaches?

Shaw, Gina

Neurology Now. 8(3):23-30, June-july 2012.

For many people with migraine, prescription and over-the-counter drugs just don't cut it. Here, we provide expert opinion on a range of complementary treatments for migraine headache, such as vitamins, supplements, biofeedback, acupuncture, and avoidance of triggers.

How to Minister With Migraine: what I've learned over the course of 50 years.

Smalkowski, Frances

Neurology Now. 7(4):40, August-September 2011.

One woman's story of finding spiritual understanding in her 50-year struggle with hormonal migraines.

Cindy's Campaign

CHILDERS, LINDA

Neurology Now. 6(3):16-19, May-June 2010.

Cindy mcCain was the picture of sophistication as she traveled the country supporting her husband in his bid for the 2008 presidency. yet behind mcCain's smile, the mother of four was often fighting horrendous migraines, a condition that has plagued her for 15 years and may have played a part in the stroke she suffered in 2004.

She Hasn't Got Time For The Pain

GORA, SUSANNAH

Neurology Now. 5(6):14,17-18, November-December 2009.

The details of her Carly Simon's personal life are by now well known, and her extraordinary gifts as a musician have inspired millions. But many people are unaware that she has overcome two neurological challenges: stuttering and migraines.

Your Questions Answered: MIGRAINE AND FACIAL PAIN

MATHEW, NINAN T.

Neurology Now. 3(6):33, November-December 2007.

Answers to your questions about Lewy body dementia, migraine and facial pain, progressive supranuclear palsy, and dysautonomia.

Your Questions Answered: MIGRAINE AND HEART DISEASE

Rapaport, Alan

Neurology Now. 3(4):36, July-August 2007.

Answers to your questions about neuropathy, trigeminal neuralgia, seizure meds and pregnancy, and migraine and heart disease.

Your Neurologist Gets Migraines

AVITZUR, ORLY

Neurology Now. 3(3):30-33, May-June 2007.

The vast majority of headache experts suffer from headaches themselves. Here are 10 migraine-prevention tips from doctors who really feel your pain.

Your Questions Answered: MIGRAINE AND DEPRESSION

Sheftell, Fred D.

Neurology Now. 3(2):37, March-April 2007.

Answers to your questions about migraines and depression, MS progression, methadone for neuropathic pain, and exercises for carpal tunnel.


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