Migraine with aura is associated with an elevated risk for incident atrial fibrillation.
Common and rare neurologic manifestations associated with fibromuscular dysplasia include migraine-type headaches, tinnitus, ischemic stroke, and transient ischemic attack.
For appropriately selected patients, functional nasal surgery is viable for improving headache symptoms.
Psychological factors such as attitudes, beliefs, and motivation level may affect adherence with nonpharmacologic therapies for headaches.
Vitamin D3 may reduce migraine days in patients who experience frequent migraines.
Positive topline results were announced from a Phase 3 trial evaluating the safety and efficacy of rimegepant Zydis orally dissolving tablet for the acute treatment of migraine.
Pregnant women presenting with migraine to acute care settings were found to be treated with therapeutic agents ranging from safe and effective medications to others with unclear efficacy and potential teratogenicity.
Investigators examined the characteristics of prolonged auras associated with migraines.
The FDA clearance was based on data from 2 studies.
Researchers identified similar characteristics in adolescent girls who experience frequent headaches.
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