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The Official Journal of the American Headache Society
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American Headache Society May 16
Conferences use hashtags to promote discussion among attendees. A study found that a small group creates the bulk of the content for AHS conference hashtags. Read more:
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Headache Journal May 16
Editorial: Assessing and Interpreting Reliability Dana Turner &
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Headache Journal May 13
Neuroscience for the Specialist review Carey Balaban, Robert Black, Stephen Silberstein
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Headache Journal May 13
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Headache Journal May 10
Remote Electrical (REN) Relieves Acute : A Randomized, Double‐Blind, Placebo‐Controlled, Multicenter Trial David Yarnitsky, , Brian Grosberg, , Alon Ironi, Dagan Harris, Tamar Lin, Stephen Silberstein
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Wiley Neurology May 9
New Open Access research in reports Galcanezumab treatment effects were reduced during the posttreatment periods, but did not return to baseline.
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American Headache Society May 9
A systematic review found that spinal manipulation may be an effective therapeutic technique to reduce days, pain and intensity. Read the full study here:
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Headache Journal May 9
, , , and Postnatal Neurological Outcomes After Pregnancy With Nils Skajaa et al
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Headache Journal May 7
Evaluating Mean Level and Within‐Person Consistency in Pain Intensity and Migraine‐Related Disability for AVP‐825 vs Oral Sumatriptan: Results from the COMPASS Study, A Randomized Trial James McGinley, et al
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Headache Journal May 6
Preliminary Evidence that Is not a Biomarker With Children and Adolescents With Episodic Anthony Berger et al
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American Headache Society May 2
A systematic review published in identified risk factors of episodic progressing into . Read the full study here:
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Headache Journal May 2
Effects of MTHFR C677T and A1298C Polymorphisms on Susceptibility: of 26 Studies Lijun Liu et al
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Headache Journal May 1
Zonisamide for Prophylaxis: A Case Series Allison Limmer, Levi Holland,
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Headache Journal Apr 30
Growth Curves for Research: A Multilevel Modeling Perspective James McGinley, RJ Wirth, Carrie Houts
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Headache Journal Apr 29
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American Headache Society Apr 25
A study confirmed the clinical observation that patients struggle to maintain a diary. Researchers studied three factors associated with poorer adherence to keeping a mobile headache diary. Read more:
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Headache Journal Apr 25
Calcitonin Gene‐Related Peptide () Modulators – The History and Renaissance of a New Drug Class Richard Hargreaves and Jes Olesen review
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Headache Journal Apr 24
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Wiley Neurology Apr 24
New research in Headache reports that high school start times do not have a large effect on headache frequency in high schoolers with migraine - read the full article here:
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Wiley News Apr 24
Study published today in examines whether a later high school start time is associated with lower frequency in high school students. Full Study:
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