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Can Weather Cause My Headaches?

Did you know your head is affected by barometric pressure in your environment? CBS News reported that up to 70% of individuals who currently suffer from migraines can experience attacks from changes in barometric pressure, often before it rains. The migraine can be...

3 Tips to Avoiding A Holiday Migraine

Be prepared, the holidays are coming!  If even the thought gives you a headache, I completely understand. The holidays are that special time of year when we can get together with friends and family, but there's nothing that can derail your joy quite like a migraine....

Is My Medication Causing My Migraines?

What are migraine headaches? What type of pain is it and how common are they? A migraine headache is a severe headache and is a medical condition that affects around 28 million individuals in America. This number is nearly close to the total number of individuals...

The Silent Migraine

A silent migraine is a term used to describe a migraine that doesn't accompany a headache. Although this phenomenon sounds unusual, it's quite common. Silent migraines have also been referred to as sans-migraine, eye migraine, visual migraine, painless migraine,...

Whiplash Injuries: Not Just a Pain In The Neck

Car accidents are one of the most common causes of whiplash. Whiplash includes injury to the neck caused by the sudden whipping movement of the neck and head in any given direction. This injury often results in trauma to the spine and its surrounding tissues. Whiplash...

The Secret to Real Migraine Relief

If you suffer from migraines, you are not alone. Over 10 million Americans are suffering right along with you. Some migraines can be extremely severe and can last from a few hours to several days. They can also occur as frequently as several times a week to only a few...

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