New Migraine and Headache Info on MMC, 2/1/10

Teri Robert @trobert Health Guide
  • Hello, everyone!

    For those of you who are super busy or don't feel well enough to look around for what's new, each week, I'll be posting links for you here. Links to the newest Migraine and headache information we've made available here on MyMigraineConnection.

    Without further ado, here's some of the newest information we've published here for you:

    Humidity and Precipitation May Trigger Children's Migraines and Headaches
    A new study has verified that humidity and precipitation can trigger Migraines and headaches in children...


    Migraine and Headache Clinical Trials Update

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    Many of us have heard about clinical trials and thought about them for our Migraines and headaches? They're definitely worth considering, but do we really know what they are? Clinical trials are biomedical or health-related research studies in humans that follow a pre-determined protocol. To obtain medically reliable data for a clinical trial...

    "Ocular Mgraine" - Not, and Why Not
    The members of our community here at seek current, correct, compassionate information and support. That's what I love about being part of it - everyone gets to help one another with care and encouragement. I especially enjoy being able to bring you updated tidbits when I come back from scientific headache and ...

    Please give some of our members some extra support or get some ideas from other members...
    One of the best things about sites such as ours is that it's like having a support group from the comfort of home. Some of our members could use extra support this week. If you can, please take a few minutes to post to them:

    Get Answers To Your Migraine and Headache Questions
    When you have questions about Migraines or headaches, our site offers three ways to ask those questions and get answers.

    Take some time to look through the questions and answers in our Community Q & A section and our Ask the Clinician archives. You may be amazed at how many of your questions are answered there.

    That's it for this week. I'll be doing an update weekly to keep you up-to-date on the newest information on our site. Other good ways for you to keep up are subscribing to our free newsletter and subscribing to our shareposts. Here are some subscription links for you (note that you need to be logged in before subscribing):

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Published On: February 01, 2010