Migraine Information: 2010 in Review

Teri Robert @trobert Health Guide
  • In 2010, we saw quite a bit of new information about Migraines. Even though we sometimes feel that little is known about Migraine disease, research is actually moving forward. We're learning about the pathophysiology of Migraine, conditions that are comorbid to Migraine, risk factors associated with Migraines, and much more.


    This is a good time to look back at the year and review some of the more important information and events of 2010. Here are links to articles that I think have been most important and interesting this year:

    • New information about medication overuse headache (MOH). We learned more about which medications can cause MOH, including the fact that alternating the types of medications we take won't necessarily protect us from MOH. You can find this updated information in Medication Overuse Headache: When the Remedy Backfires.


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    Wonder what Nancy chose as her favorites from 2010? Take a look at her post My Favorite 2010 Migraine Stories to find out!


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    With so much written this year, it was hard to choose favorites or what was most important. Do you have a favorite that I missed? If so, please click the "Add Comment" link below and share it with us.


    Happy New Year!


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    Last updated December 29, 2010

Published On: December 29, 2010