FDA Approves Noninvasive Devices for Migraines

Two new prescription devices approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) may provide some relief for people with migraine headaches who don’t tolerate migraine medications well. One device — the Cefaly — is designed to prevent migraines, while the other device — the Cerena — is meant to be used when migraines first start, according to an FDA news release.

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