Post-test on What’s New in Migraine Therapy: An Update for Primary Care
This month’s Special Report post-test allows you to gauge how much you have learned about current approaches to treating migraine headache.
Monoclonals and Migraine: What the Primary Care Physician Needs to Know
Monoclonal antibodies that inhibit calcitonin gene-related peptide could revolutionize preventive migraine therapy. Here's what you need to know.
Hormones and Migraine: A Case Study
Headaches that occur several days before menses as well as disabling headaches on days unrelated to menses... how would you help this young woman?
Pediatric and Adolescent Migraine: Update on Treatment Options
If the goal of headache therapy for adolescent migraineurs is a pain-free adult life, here's a road map.
Migraine Patients Need to Hear: It’s Physiologic and Treatable
From PAINWeek 2017: Reflex vasodilation is out, neurobiologic dysfunction is in as explanation for migraine etiology.
What's New In Migraine Therapy: An Update for Primary Care
What Rx for adolescent migraineurs? Ideal care for menstrual migraine? Perfect patient for new CGRP inhibitors? Answers in this PCP Special Report.
Get On Top of Headaches: 10 New Findings
Headache was a hot topic at the AAN Annual Meeting, and several studies have added to the literature. This slideshow summarizes the latest.
"BOTOX for Migraines?"
If you know that the FDA approved onabotulinumtoxinA to treat chronic migraine headache but aren't sure how it works, a neurologist explains.
Marijuana for Migraines: A Real Possibility
A neurologist who treats headache has his eyes opened to the real possibility of marijuana as medicinal.
Chronic Migraines, Kids, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
How to treat a pediatric problem that can easily turn into a lifelong issue?