migraine headaches

Neurologists are learning about the mechanics of migraine by documenting its non-headache symptoms

By uclahealth • October 18, 2021
The placebo effect occurs when people respond to treatments that have no medical reason to be effective. Although the placebo effect is generally accepted as being real, exactly why these treatments work remains a mystery. One common theory is that the mind acts on the body to bring on [...]
By uclahealth • March 14, 2019

Headaches vary in how they feel and how they affect us – some are mild and achy while others can be sharp and intense. When the pain from your headache feels unbearable, you may even wonder if it’s a migraine, the most severe type of headache.

According to the American Migraine [...]

By uclahealth • September 1, 2010