While dealing with a migraine can be frustrating and debilitating, there are remedies you can try. Our specialists share tips for at-home migraine relief.
After learning your grandparent had migraines, you’re now wondering if there’s a chance you’ll have them, too. In fact, genetics may play a role in the development of migraines — but not always.
In an ideal world, you wouldn’t want a migraine for even one minute. But this special type of headache can last extra long, depending on the type. Here’s what to know about the length of a migraine, and when to seek help.
It’s happened again — your foot is fast asleep. And once you wake it up, that tingling feeling hits. Here’s why you experience pins and needles — and how to know if it’s normal or something more serious.
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Wondering if your migraine needs medical attention? Learn which migraine symptoms are a sign you should head to the emergency room.
Tired of waking up with a migraine and feeling like your whole day has been derailed? Here’s why you get morning migraines, and what you can do to prevent them.
Tianeptine, or “gas station heroin,” is an addictive and potentially deadly opioid. But unlike other opioids, it can be found on store shelves, where anyone can walk in and buy it. An addiction explains the facts about this dangerous substance.
Each hemisphere of our brain is responsible for different functions, but is it true that some people use their left side more and some use their right side more?
Where your headache pain is located can tell you a lot about the type of headache you’re experiencing and the best way to treat it. A headache expert explains.
Now that the U.S. FDA has approved Narcan as an over-the-counter medicine, it’s important to understand the steps for using it for opioid overdose. An ambulatory care pharmacist explains.