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Everything you wanted to know about sex and migraines (but were afraid to ask!)

Everything You Wanted to Know About Sex and Migraines (But Were Afraid to Ask!)

36 Million Migraineurs in the US alone may think they have a built in reason for avoiding sexual relations, but it’s not always a headache. A...
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In Search of the “Magic Bullet”

The past year shapes up to be a particularly productive one in terms of research, and in some cases product roll-out, for potential relief from migraines...
Migraine disorders and relationships

Migraine Disorders and Relationships

How is it possible that such a devastating illness in all its expressions could not have far-reaching, negative effects in all relationship areas of a migraineurs...
First migraine symposium at Brown a success!

First Migraine Symposium at Brown a Success!

The inaugural Migraine Disorders Symposium was held on Tuesday, February 17 at the Brown Institute for Brain Science. Frederick Godley, MD provided introductory remarks about the new partnership...
The stigma of migraine

The Stigma of Migraine

Stigma (From the Oxford English Dictionary) NOUN A mark of disgrace associated with a particular circumstance, quality, or person When we speak of the stigma Migraine...
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Acceptable Packaged Products for the Migraine Diet

​Cereals: Cheerios, Life, Uncle Sam, Grape Nuts, Cornflakes. Try Grape Nuts hot: 1/4 cup grape nuts, 3/4 cups milk, plus frozen blueberries. Microwave 2 minutes on...
Migraine safe foods by category

Migraine Safe Foods by Category

Bread  Acceptable purchases: Any white, wheat, rye or pumpernickel store-bought bread. Plain or sesame seed bagels, English muffins, quick breads like pumpernickel or zucchini breads. All yeast...
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What Do I Do When I Get to the Grocery Store?

It is difficult to follow a diet based on a list of foods to avoid and the last thing you need is a difficult stressful task...
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How Can My Vertigo be Migraine?

Joyce looked at Dr. Teixido with profound skepticism. She had been sent to him for an evaluation of vertigo attacks which had become more frequent and...
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How Do Hormones Cause Headaches?

Melanie was having headaches three times per week. After seeing Dr Teixido and Kelley Lester- Garrett RNP, she became aware of diet choices she was making...
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Magnesium: What Does Research Tell Us?

Although prescription medicines have been shown to be effective in reducing the frequency and intensity of migraine headaches and migraine-related conditions (migraine equivalent neuropathies), the side...