How to avoid stress triggers and better manage your migraines during the coronavirus outbreak
Tension headaches are extremely common. Try our tips for preventing stress and keeping the headaches away.
A new study found that three or more caffeinated drinks tended to trigger headaches in frequent episodic migraine sufferers who regularly consumed caffeine.
Attention women. Do you feel more aches and pains as you age? Research shows that women (regardless of age) experience pain more often and differently than men do. Learn more!
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