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Amaal Starling, M.D.
Neurologist specializing in Migraine, Posttraumatic Headache, & Medical Education. COI: Advisor to Alder, Amgen, eNeura, & Lilly. Tweets are my own.
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American Headache Society Jan 18
Delegates and faculty at the 2019 International Academy: investing in the clinical and research future of our field!
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Matthew Robbins, MD Jan 11
Good to see this robust and international survey data align with acute treatment guidelines. It remains cruel and unfair that is not covered by for .
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Robert Shapiro Jan 11
New data support safety and effectiveness of oxygen for cluster , regardless of age. We've formally re-appealed to to cover home oxygen for Medicare beneficiaries.
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Bert Vargas Jan 11
How much more data does need before they realize that for us safe, effective, & must be covered. This is an important cause to support.
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American Headache Society Jan 17
As part of ’s HEAL initiative, is granting extensive to address the crisis, and disorders are included. Learn more about these and how to apply on our website.
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American Headache Society Jan 17
While both oral and injected steroids may be effective for treating cluster headache, a study published by suggests that oral steroids have a higher success rate. Learn more:
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Dr. Javier Cardenas Jan 17
Study: No persistent impairments in health-related quality of life were observed among sport related patients who were followed up until physician-documented clinical recovery.
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Dr Kathleen Bachynski Jan 15
"The fact that Hughes smashed his head on the floor, stayed on the ground through the following sequence, and then needed to be helped to his feet should tell anyone watching that he at least needed a more serious evaluation for brain injury"
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Beth Morton Jan 15
Not the most rigorous study, but for folks with it’s possible that even a short amount of low impact exercise can help our memory! 🧠🧘🏻‍♀️ Good news if you are like me and want to exercise, but it can be a trigger.
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Orly Avitzur MD MBA Jan 15
Read about how is being supported by chairs (like ' Andy Josephson, MD) and about wonderful @AANmembers like 's Roy Hamilton, MD, who are the way with help from
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Dr. Javier Cardenas Jan 15
are common among NHL players. But what about coaches? San Jose coach Peter DeBoer sustained a brain injury when he was hit on the temple by a puck during a recent game. Here's the story from :
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Mark Herceg Jan 15
What does a sample of 404 female players from NJ to New England know abt & does that knowledge impact their behavior & how they play the game? Do they think they are more honest than boys?
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Runnin' for Research Jan 15
Looks like the 2019 edition of R4R will be September 28! Mark your calendars to help support and . More info coming.
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Women Neurologists Group Jan 12
Replying to @AANMember @OrlyA and 2 others
Our findings are in keeping with recently reported physican mother's experience of workplace discrimination It's high time to and work towards equitable conditions for men and women in !
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Women Neurologists Group Jan 12
Replying to @WNGtweets
--Highest ranked measures to improve work-life balance for women neurologists were flexible work schedules (97.7%), followed by paid maternity leave (83.7%) and the option to work part time (83.2%)
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Women Neurologists Group Jan 12
Our first WNG survey results are out, highlighting women neurologists' experiences in the workplace. --68% of respondents without children would choose to become a physician again, compared to 42% with one, 36% with two, and 32% with three or more children
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Amaal Starling, M.D. Jan 12
It was the best ever IMHO!
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American Headache Society Jan 10
The simple traffic light system can effectively teach patients how to anticipate their medication needs during an acute attack using well-established guidelines. Read the manuscript here:
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American Headache Society Jan 11
The International is just a week away. Co-hosted by the , and , the program is designed to inspire a long-term commitment to headache medicine. We look forward to mentoring future leaders during this three-day event.
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MOTStrial Jan 11
Do you have or treat Chronic ? Do preventive drugs work in the presence of ? We want to know!
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