Researchers report the hormone prolactin, more commonly associated with lactation in new mothers, may underlie why women are more vulnerable to developing functional pain syndromes than men.
Researchers have identified electrical activity in the brain that is specific to the start of migraines. The new study reports spreading depolarization can be seen as a migraine begins, and an electrical current can be used to stop it in its tracks.
Women who suffer from migraines have a slightly increased risk of developing cardiovascular disease and strokes in later life, a new study reports.
Aspirin is as effective and safe as other, more expensive medications to treat migraines. Higher doses of aspirin can help reduce acute symptoms during the onset of a migraine attack, and lower dose aspirin could be a possible preventive option.
Exposing migraine sufferers to a narrow band of green light may help to reduce the severity of the headache, a new study reports.
Researchers detail possible adverse reactions, from stroke to depression, for a common medication given to help treat multiple sclerosis.
Researchers discover a link between the dynamics of seizures and spreading depression associated with migraine auras.
According to researchers, people who suffer from migraines have higher sodium concentrations in their cerebrospinal fluid.