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How I was diagnosed with migraine

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Why quit, symptoms and more

When people stop taking antidepressants, they may experience withdrawal symptoms or relapse. According to a study, approximately 20% of people who suddenly stop taking antidepressants will have symptoms, which doctors call antidepressant…

Uses, effects and other treatments

If you suffer from migraine and regularly experience migraine attacks, you are not alone. In fact, an estimated 37 million people in the United States suffer from migraine - a whopping 15 percent of the entire population, which suffers…

MS and migraine: are they linked?

When listing common symptoms of multiple sclerosis (MS), migraine attacks are usually not included. However, some research has suggested that people with MS have a higher incidence of certain headaches, such as migraine.While migraine is…

What they are and how they work

Migraine is a neurological condition that results in recurring headaches characterized by severe throbbing or throbbing pain. According to National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, about 12% of people in the United States…

Codeine is not safe for children

By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) - Codeine is not safe for children and should not be used for pain or cough relief, the American Academy of Pediatrics warned in a September 19 statement. Codeine has been prescribed for decades for both…

Stop giving codeine to children

Health care providers and parents should stop giving codeine to children, according to a new clinical report from the American Academy of Pediatrics, published online September 19 to Pediatrics. The authors also call for a formal…