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Another Migraine Drug Wins Approval

The FDA approved fremanezumab (Ajovy) to prevent migraines, the second drug in its class and the first that'll be available in quarterly and monthly dosing.

By Diane Domina

New Migraine Prevention Treatment Gains FDA Approval

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration just approved erenumab-aooe (Aimovig) to prevent migraines in adults. This medication, the first in a new class of drugs that blocks a molecule involved in migraine attacks, is administered via once-monthly self-...

By Diane Domina

FDA Announces Warning Label for OTC Migraine Medications

New labels will warn consumers that medication overuse headache may occur if they take certain over-the-counter drugs too frequently.

By Tammy Rome

Can I Take Migraine Drugs During Medication Overuse?

Always talk to your doctor if you’re experiencing withdrawal symptoms when stopping a drug.

By Ask the Clinician

Migraine Treatments: Preventive, Abortive, and Rescue

Learn how different migraine medications and devices work, and which ones are appropriate for which situations.

By Teri Robert

Are You Receiving Botox Injections in the Right Places?

Not all doctors know how to properly administer Botox injections for migraine. Here, some questions to ask your provider.

By Ask the Clinician

How to Treat Migraines Without Overusing Medications

How many acute treatments are too many when treating chronic Migraine?

By Ask the Clinician

Migraine Term of the Day: Barbiturate

A barbiturate is a medication that is used as a sedative, hypnotic, or antispasmodic. The use of these drugs by people with Migraine should be minimal.

By Teri Robert

Migraine Management Doesn't Have to be a Full-Time Job

Planning ahead and maintaining a well-stocked toolkit can make staying on top of Migraines less taxing and time-consuming.

By Tammy Rome

Depression and Anxiety Not Linked With Medication Overuse in Migraine

A recent study found that Migraine patients with anxiety or depressive disorders were not more likely to overuse acute medications.

By Tammy Rome