A review of existing guidelines and principles for treating migraine released by the American Headache Society.
In case you missed the recent publication of these books, they are presented here for your library. Is there a recent book missing from this list you’d like to review, let us know!
From virtual examinations to neurology toolkits, these apps might prove helpful to your patients.
The CDC recently released the first US evidence-based guidelines on pediatric mild traumatic brain injury. Scroll through our quick slideshow to get the highlights.
This brief year-end slideshow highlights significant progress in research into migraine, Alzheimer disease, stroke, multiple sclerosis, and autism.
What is the most common risk factor for Guillain-Barré Syndrome? Plus 4 other quick questions to test your knowledge.
Presenting our year in review, a collection by experts in their respective fields of brain injury, MS, concussion, epilepsy, migraine, and more.
If you suspect vestibular migraine, you’re not alone. One in 10 patients receive the diagnosis that is often confused with other conditions.
New research provides insights into migraine with visual aura, cognitive behavioral therapy, and the genetic basis of pediatric migraine.
A 20-year-old woman had a Caesarian section at 39 weeks. She had a history of migraine, but this headache was different. Her request for “something really strong” for the pain was cause for concern.