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Sunday, September 20, 2020

Amy O'Connor

Amy O’Connor is a contributor to HealthProView.com and a writer with 20+ years of experience covering health and other subjects for national publications. She teaches journalism at the City University of New York and New York University.

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Obesity was associated with greater migraine prevalence and attack frequency, according to new research published in The Journal of Headache and Pain. 
When your patients ask how to manage their migraines as outpatients, you probably discuss food triggers, getting enough sleep, and avoiding alcohol. 
Quick, what's the best thing to do with a patient who presents with an excruciating migraine headache? If you're not quite sure,...
While the COVID-19 quarantine is making most people feel anxious, people with migraine may notice that their symptoms are less severe. Some even report...
An ongoing question among diabetes specialists, whether second-line medications (ADMs) are associated with cardiovascular events in patients with type 2 diabetes, has...
Patients with migraine with aura (MWA) have a higher risk of stroke, according to a new review of the current research, which also suggests...

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Obesity, Especially Abdominal Fat, Associated with Migraine

Obesity was associated with greater migraine prevalence and attack frequency, according to new research published in The Journal of Headache and Pain. 

Mindful Exercise An Effective Add-On Therapy for Migraine

When your patients ask how to manage their migraines as outpatients, you probably discuss food triggers, getting enough sleep, and avoiding alcohol. 

Researchers Developing Novel, Reusable PPE Solutions

The PPE supply crisis is clearly not going away any time soon, prompting scientists working across the globe to find innovative solutions....

How to Keep Migraine Patients From Coming Back to the ER

Quick, what's the best thing to do with a patient who presents with an excruciating migraine headache? If you're not quite sure,...

Migraine May be Risk Factor for Future Dementia

Both migraine and dementia are common neurological conditions that afflict millions of people, and are also leading causes of disability. During the past few...

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