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The Jefferson Headache Center is a premier headache center with a team of specialists treating any type of headache you may be experiencing.
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Coalition For Headache And Migraine Patients Mar 19
Thank you for sharing your story. When someone with the strength of a football Hall of Famer says that migraine pain is so bad that it made him contemplate suicide — that tells the truth about how bad this disease is.
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Katie M Golden Mar 19
Are you watch the @migraineworldsummit on FB?
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Jeff Headache Ctr Mar 8
Not sure why the article focuses on acupuncture. The best treatments for cephalgiaphobia are consistently effective acute medications and preventive therapies to reduce migraine frequency and severity.
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Headache Journal Mar 8
The Clinical Characteristics and Neurophysiological Assessments of the Occipital Cortex in Syndrome With or Without Fatma Gokcem Yildiz, Umur Turkyilmaz, Isin Unal‐Cevik
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American Headache Society Mar 7
The Trigeminal Autonomic Cephalalgias (TAC) Special Interest Section unites healthcare professionals interested in TACs like . We spoke to section chair Dr. Shivang Joshi about the group’s work and goals. Read or watch the interview here:
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Jeff Headache Ctr Mar 6
Replying to @winwoodsmommy @nytimes
Esketamine will not be dispensed for home use, and will only be available at certified treatment centers for depression. But generic ketamine may help refractory pain and is available.
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The New York Times Mar 5
The FDA approved esketamine, derived from the widely used anesthetic ketamine, as a fast-acting treatment for depression [corrects typo]
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Jeff Headache Ctr Mar 4
From and others: onabotulinumtoxinA can be effective for chronic migraine even in those with a headache 24/7 in this 2 year study.
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Jeff Headache Ctr Mar 4
Replying to @IHMFtweets
If you work in an office, ask the nearby bulbs to be removed, and use a lamp at your desk. You're saving $ on electricity too. If you work in a factory, especially using higher % blue light, you're probably looking at shades for migraine.
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Jeff Headache Ctr Mar 4
Replying to @drjeffsnyder
Unfortunately we all know this already. Denials at best come from RNs, more often from people with no medical training at all.
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Jeff Headache Ctr Mar 4
Replying to @JeffHeadacheCtr
A few years ago, a patient with chronic migraine of ours reported very few migraines while stationed in Antarctica doing research. Perhaps the lack of temperature change or precipitation and constant day/night for months at a time could help migraine.
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Jeff Headache Ctr Mar 4
Patients often ask if moving to Florida or Arizona, but this large study in Finland suggests migraine might be less common there: 7.4% of working-age women and 2.1% men.
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Jeff Headache Ctr Mar 4
An overview of "migraine" provoking agents in mouse models: offenders include pituitary adenylyl cyclase activating peptide, CGRP, histamine, prostaglandin E2 and prostacyclin.
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Jeff Headache Ctr Mar 4
Replying to @RedTexasyall
Ugh. Location alone does not help that much with diagnosis - headache is more like abdominal pain. Patients with appendicitis, for example, can have pain all over. Not to mention the offensiveness of picking on headache diseases such as migraine for a lame joke.
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American Headache Society Mar 1
Our new, no cost Next Generation Migraine Therapies program covers the diagnosis and treatment of migraine, with topics like and . Learn about our online resources and attend workshops in , and .
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Peter Boers Feb 28
The neurologist who put migraine on the map
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william b. young Mar 1
I just skimmed through a year and at least 1000 tweets. Lots of interesting stuff, and many neurological diseases. Not one mention of migraine or cluster headache. Migraine: #1 neurological cause of disabled days; #2 for impact.
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Simy K. Parikh Feb 27
There’s so much we don’t know about measuring CSF pressure with lumbar puncture and its role in . Excited to have contributed to this research with Link:
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Jeff Headache Ctr Feb 27
Congratulations to all the UNCS Headache medicine doctors on passing their exams! We're up to 570 certified practitioners, up from around 400 a few years ago.
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Jeff Headache Ctr Feb 27
Statistical manipulation to get the result you want.. As an example, check out the feverfew studies for migraine. While some feverfew studies were "positive" the actual reduction in migraine vs placebo was less than 1 migraine/MONTH, making it hard to recommend to patients.
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