Researchers have identified causal genetic links to three blood metabolite levels that increase migraine risks.
Neurovascular dysfunction may explain the link between migraines, hot flashes during menopause, and increased risk of heart disease in women. Researchers found a history of migraines predicted an increase in hot flashes during menopause transition.
Study sheds new light on how migraines may occur and why those who are susceptible to migraines see improvements in symptoms as they age.
Pregnant women with a history of migraines are at greater risk of both prenatal and postnatal complications. A new study found migraine sufferers are at increased risk of hyperlipidemia and gestational diabetes during pregnancy, and postnatal depression following the birth of their child.
People who use cannabis to help manage the pain associated with chronic migraine are six times more likely to suffer from rebound headaches, or medication overuse headaches, than those who do not use marijuana.
Plumes of glutamate in the brain could explain the onset of migraines with auras, a new study reports.
Researchers identify genetic factors that protect from the chronification of migraines.