Items Tagged ‘migrane’

May 15, 2019

How to Get Relief from Childhood Headaches

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Headaches are one of the most common complaints in children and adolescents. By age 18, 90 percent of kids have experienced a headache. Before age 12, the incidence of headaches is equal among boys and girls. But after age 12, headaches are more common in girls. What Causes Headaches in Kids? There are two types […]

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Tags: headaches in children, migrane, pain relief, tension headache, UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital


Understanding Headaches in Children

October 1, 2018

Understanding Headaches in Children

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  Children can suffer from headaches, just like adults do. More than 90 percent of children and teens will have experienced at least one headache by the time they turn 18 years old. We label child headaches as: Primary headaches, which include tension headaches, migraines and something known as new daily persistent headaches Secondary headaches, […]

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A breakthrough for migraine sufferers

August 14, 2018

A breakthrough for migraine sufferers

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Close to 100 million Americans have chronic headaches. Nearly 40 million of them have migraines. And the majority of migraine sufferers are women. In fact, the World Health Organization suggests 20 percent of all women suffer from migraines (compared to only 8 percent of men). “Migraine is the third-most common of all disorders on the […]

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Tags: brain activity, diziness, headache, migrane, migrane therapies, nausea, neck pain, UCLA Neurology