I will be talking about headaches with Dr. Oz on Monday! Tune in!
Dr. Audrey Halpern diagnoses and treats a variety of neurological disorders including headache, back
I will be talking about headaches with Dr. Oz on Monday! Tune in!
An interesting article on herbal approaches to staving off migraine symptoms.
The Doctors Health Press, a publisher of various natural health newsletters, books and reports, including the popular online Doctors Health Press e-Bulletin, is reporting on study that shows some herbal remedies and other natural cures may help stave off migraine symptoms over the long term. The Do...
A good article on how migraines impact parenting. I offer insights on triggers and coping.
WebMD talks to experts about how to parent your kids when y ou get migraines.
Does migraine contribute to depression or vice versa? A new study on the link between migraine and depression, a long-debated "chicken and egg" question.
Expert Review: Migraine and depression – Migraine.com
With holiday celebrations in full swing, migraineurs need to be careful of food and drink triggers, like red wines. This article has some interesting information.
Have you heard of certain red wines being lower in histamines, which apparently cause migraines? Research on the subject is all over the map, but it appears some wines are bigger headache hazards than others ...
I appeared on New York Viewpoint this morning on WABC-TV to discuss headache and migraine triggers along with the latest in treatment for these debilitating conditions.
This is a home page for the WABC-TV community affairs program, New York Viewpoint.
An interesting article on the link between migraine and depression.
Dehydration can be a major issue, both in and of itself and as a headache or migraine trigger. Stay well hydrated with plenty of fresh water.
Learn how you can treat and prevent one of the biggest Migraine and headache triggers--dehydration.
An interesting response to the recent NY Times article on Michele Bachmann's migraines and misconceptions surrounding this neurological condition.
Readers respond to a recent Op-Ed by Judith Warner about migraine headaches and Michele Bachmann.
Because of it’s stress-relieving benefits, regular exercise has the potential to reduce the frequency of migraines.
Michele Bachmann attributes migraines to wearing high heels...
After Michele Bachmann reportedly identified her shoes as a source of migraines, high heel devotees in the city came to the defense of their footwear.
An interesting blog by NY Times' health columnist on how debilitating migraine can become when not properly managed.
More than 10 percent of adults and children suffer from migraine, which is three times as common in women and girls as in men and boys.
Studies show that everyday stresses cause most headaches. Being a mother and wife, having a career and financial pressures can be daily stresses that women grapple with that can trigger headaches.
A new study on alternative remedies for migraine sufferers...
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Migraine sufferers treated with a homeopathic preparation of ginger and the herb feverfew may find some pain relief, according to a preliminary study.Feverfew, which is derived
A fascinating look at three genes which make people more likely to suffer from migraine with comments from me.
SUNDAY, June 12 (HealthDay News) — Researchers have identified three genes linked to migraine headache and found that people who inherit any one of these genes have a 10 to 15 percent greater risk for the condition.Migraine headache — an abnormality in the response of nerve cells to stimuli — is ch
Many women with migraine tend to have attacks triggered by weather changes.
Yes. Stress can trigger both migraine and tension-type headache. Events like getting married, moving to a new home, or having a baby can cause stress. But studies show that everyday stresses—not major life changes—cause most headaches. Juggling many roles, such as being a mother and wife, having a c
Tinted lenses may offer temporary relief to migraine sufferers, according to researchers.
Migraine sufferers really do experience relief when they use tinted specs or lenses, and for the first time functional magnetic resonance imaging appears to provide neurological proof, researchers
My recent interview with USA Today on ER visits prompted by headache and migraine.
More than a third suffer from migraines, and most are women, says a report from the federal Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.
A guide to headache remedies in this month's Real Simple Magazine, which features my thoughts on peppermint tea and OTC products.
Relieve headache pain fast with these six doctor-approved remedies.
The Mayo Clinic has a video of someone experiencing a Migraine Aura while in a functional MRI. A 10 – 30 minute aura is a common component of a migraine.
A migraine aura is usually visual, but can also be a sensory, motor or verbal disturbance. This animation shows what happens when you have a migraine aura.
Concussion and trauma-induced disease among athletes, a tragedy.
The former Chicago Bears player, who killed himself, had the same trauma-induced disease recently found in more than 20 deceased players.
It is estimated that over 45 million people in the United States
suffer from acute or chronic headaches, with headaches accounting for one emergency room visit every 10 seconds.
12. Getting the right amount of sleep can be instrumental in avoiding migraine pain. Too little—or too much—can be a serious trigger.
Sleep habits affect headaches and migraines, study finds. Better sleep habits can reduce migraine headache frequency and duration. Read more.
April is National Facial Protection Month. Parents, make sure you children have properly fitting helmets, mouth guards and other facial protection to adequately protect them from injury and concussion.
Minimizing the risk and management of concussion for pro and amateur athletes critical.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Major League Baseball and its players union have announced a new set of protocols for dealing with concussions, including the creation of a new seven-day disabled list for players with the injury.
Four stakeholders committed to the quest of reducing the incidence of sports-related concussions - including Rawlings - announced the formation of a cooperative to bring inter-disciplinary collaboration to concussion research and testing.
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Tune in tonight for my appearances on both News 12 NJ's "12 To Your Health" at 6PM when I'll be talking about healthy lifestyles and natural ways to avoid migraine along with NBC's New York Nightly News with Chuck Scarborough between 7:30 and 8PM when I'll be talking about concussion and brain injury.
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Use of Botox, recently FDA approved for the treatment of migraines, is explored in my interview with Good Housekeeping TV.
Watch and learn with Good Housekeeping on TV.
Warm weather may be your migraine trigger. Research shows a 7.5%
increase for headache risk for every 9 degrees warmer it gets outside.
Most migraine sufferers believe that weather changes can bring on their headaches, but the scientific proof has been lacking -- until now.
Chris Paul Leaves Game On Stretcher With Concussion http://es.pn/e4hirk
NBA Basketball Recap: Final statistics from the New Orleans Hornets vs. Cleveland Cavaliers game played on March 06, 2011
March is Brain Injury Awareness Month. The focus of this year's campaign is, "A Concussion is a Brain Injury. Get the Facts." Learn more at www.biausa.org
Brain injury is not an event or an outcome. It is the start of a misdiagnosed, misunderstood, under-funded neurological disease. Individuals who sustain brain injuries must have timely access to expert trauma care, specialized rehabilitation, lifelong disease management and individualized services a
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