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Is the statement "Neuroimaging studies should be performed among patients with stable headaches that meet migraine criteria" true or false? Test your knowledge in our latest quiz!
New findings from the PROMISE-1 and PROMISE-2 trials indicate that this CGRP monoclonal antibody is associated with improved outcomes compared with placebo among patients with chronic or episodic migraine.
How long must a migraine attack last for it to be considered status migrainosus? Test your knowledge in our latest quiz.
In your practice, how do you ensure that treatment is optimized for your patients with migraine? Let us know by taking our poll.
In a recent systematic review, researchers investigated the influence of inheritance patterns and family history rates in cluster headache. Here is what they found.
The authors of a recent narrative review sought to identify factors that may be associated with an increased risk of stroke among women with migraine.
In a new study, researchers developed and validated a 25-item, disease-specific, patient-reported outcome measure for vestibular migraine.
Can losing weight via bariatric surgery or behavioral intervention improve migraine frequency and indices of severity? Authors of a new study sought to find the answer. Read their results here.
Migraine used to be widely considered primarily a vascular disorder, but this belief has evolved over the years. How would you now classify migraine? Submit your input by taking our poll.
Researchers investigated the effect of shift work on headache, as well as whether the association between shift work and headache could be explained by potential mediators such as perceived stress and poor sleep.
To gain a deeper knowledge of the association between headache and ischemic stroke, authors of a new study reviewed current literature that had examined the prevalence and characteristics of new-onset poststroke headache.