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These links below are where you can see the most current news articles on the internet. But remember to come back here after you get swept away in the sea of information.
It used to take me hours to sift through reliable sites on the internet. I only go to reputable websites where the articles are backed up by biology and scientific proof!
But this just makes it all so much easier to stay on top of developments. It's crazy how fast things are changing but how lucky we are to be here now to experience it all.
I am optimistic about a migraine cure. And sooner rather than later would be good. Just putting that out there!
Check out this information on the brain technology from 2011 - it's fascinating ... and it gives me hope that we will find out more about migraines and how to cure them in the future.
I wonder where they are up to now, so many years later. On the TO DO list to check out. Have a look.
This link is for the latest Australian trial for the "Miniature Smart
Chip to Fight Chronic Pain" dated May 8, 2011 - they will trial it on
migraines as well - YEAH!
ABC Talk Radio Smart Chip for Migraines
Here is what I have found and what’s more important is that I’d like to hear your comments below and your story – it’s time to have your say!
Or click here to share your migraine stories as well. The more we can share, the more we can help others.
There is a lot of news at the moment surrounding the connection between heart defects causing migraines in children. I recently had an ultrasound for this same heart defect, but the diagnosis was negative. They looked for bubbles in and around my heart walls, for something called a “patent foramen ovale” (PFO).
I was scared to think I might have to have heart surgery, but at the same time relieved to think I could somehow reduce the 20 days per month migraine I currently suffer. I can’t even imagine having had these horrific headaches as a child. What a nightmare for both parent and child.
With a lifetime of searching for emotional cues, I am now turning to science for biology current migraine news to take to my doctor for further exploration.
A relatively current article that the Daily News and Analysis published on 31st March, 2011 said that “roughly 15 per cent of children suffer from migraines” and they are severe in most cases.
If the recent studies can establish a link, then the heart defect can be corrected with the insertion of a catheter device bringing an end to children suffering with this as the cause of migraine.
Migraine treatments are being researched all over the world. Do you know what's new?
I sure don't, I can't keep up. So here are some of my favorite links for you to gather information from. Reputable, on good authority, meaning they are trustworthy. IMO!
Check these every day for the latest migraine news from around the world.
Please share your migraine news in the form below.
As I can't hear you right now, I will tell you my latest news.
I have been wearing tinted migraine glasses for about one year now. They are teal blue ish.
I can report that they have not helped my migraines reduce in any way. Not frequency or severity. I do not like to be on my computer or in places with bright lights (super markets or shopping malls) without them on.
So they do reduce glare and give me a sense of calm I do not get from clear glass lenses. I don't really leave home without them.
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I also wanted to add this link to this NBC News article on the newest designer migraine drugs that treat calcitonin gene-related peptide or CGRP.
CGRP is a message carrying neurotransmitter chemical that can be measured in our blood. High levels are measured during an attack, and these new yet expensive drugs interfere and reduce the levels.