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The Department of Neurology at the Mount Sinai Health Systems invites candidates to apply for a full-time position in headache medicine joining the largest health care system in New York City. These new recruits will become members of the Department of Neurology at the Icahn...

My name is Jill Dehlin, and I have been a patient advocate for as long as I have been a nurse, which is a long time! In fact, throughout my careers as a nurse, teacher and health educator, my overarching goals have been to advocate...

Moving away from home to a college dorm is a drastic life change for incoming freshmen. The new freedom and responsibility can be exciting, but it is also ripe with situations that can induce migraine and headache attacks. From increased stress to new foods and...

Question: How effective is cold laser therapy for migraines? Answer: Cold laser therapy has never been convincingly proven to be effective for the treatment of any condition. Cold laser, as the name suggests, does not give off any heat. It is hard to imagine how shining...

Question: Can migraine be cured permanently? Does Paracetamol have any negative side effects on our health? Answer: Can migraine be cured permanently? Migraine is a disorder of the nervous system, something that appears to be genetically predisposed, with environmental and biological factors that may increase or decrease the...

Moving away from home to a college dorm is a drastic life change for incoming freshman. The new freedom and responsibility is exciting, by it is also ripe with situations that can induce migraine and headache attacks. From increased stress to new foods and irregular...

Written by Ashley S. Hattle, as originally posted on her blog. If you’ve been diagnosed with chronic or episodic cluster headaches, you’ve undoubtedly heard that it’s a “rare” condition. But, is it? Approximately one in a thousand have cluster headaches, and that number could be higher...

  It is with great sadness that we note the passing of our treasured board member and esteemed colleague, James W. Banks, III, M.D. His kindness and generosity were greatly appreciated by the Board, and his unwavering support of the NHF and its initiatives were outstanding....

There are many resources available to the millions of headache and migraine sufferers, but what about those who care for them? The National Headache Foundation is exhibiting at the Caregiver Action Network’s Caregiver Lunch and Learn to provide new information to migraine caregivers of all...