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Man flu? When is 'the flu' really just a cold
Most people who think they have the flu, don't. And some people who think they have a cold, really have the flu.
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Thu Apr 17, 2014
Jen smith, a 32-year-old graphic designer in Minneapolis, had expressed concerns to her primary-care doctor for years about digestive troubles, skin problems, and headaches.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
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KELO-TV Sioux Falls
Local Doctors Create Headache Treatment
Millions of Americans suffer from chronic, severe headaches on a regular basis. Local doctors have now teamed up to create technology to diagnose and treat a specific type of headache.
KELO-TV Sioux Falls
New Center Dedicated To Headache Treatment
Neurology Associates opened up its new Headache Center. It's completely dedicated to the treatment of all types of headaches.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Taking Blood Thinners With Certain Painkillers May Raise Bleeding Risk
People taking blood thinners to prevent clots in their legs or lungs may put themselves at risk for serious internal bleeding if they also take common painkillers such as aspirin or ibuprofen, researchers warn.
President's Rx: Migraines
According to the American Academy of Neurology, nearly one in five adult women gets migraines, compared with only one in 20 adult men.
Patent foramen ovale and strokes
MR. L, 43, is sitting at home watching a football game when he experiences bitemporal hemianopsia .
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Cochrane Review: Governments Wasted Money Stockpiling Tamiflu
According to an updated Cochrane evidence review, published April 10 by The Cochrane Collaboration and the British Medical Journal , the antiviral drug Tamiflu shortens symptoms of influenza by about half a day, but there is no good evidence to support claims that it reduces hospital admissions or the complications of influenza.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Study Finds Tamiflu Not as Effective as Thought
The antiviral drug isn't any better than other treatments for the flu, leading experts to question why countries stockpile the medication Researchers say the popular antiviral flu drugs Tamiflu and Relenza are not as effective as doctors and public health experts were led to believe, in the most comprehensive review of data on the effectiveness of ... (more)
No Evidence That Tamiflu Reduces Flu...
Tamiflu is widely used to help patients relieve symptoms of influenza. While the drug - generically known as oseltamivir - can shorten symptoms by about half a day, there is no good evidence to support claims that it reduces admissions to the ER or complications of influenza.
Fake drugs labelled as Chinese tea:...
French customs have confiscated millions of counterfeit drugs imported from China in what they described as the biggest seizure of its kind within the European Union.
Ineffective flu drug stockpiled
COULD you go a year without sugar? The Schuab family did. Find out how on earth they made it through 365 days without chocolate, lollies and even tomato sauce.
Sydney Morning Herald
Billions wasted on drug stockpiles to fight flu
Governments around the globe may have wasted billions of dollars stockpiling antiviral drugs to use against an influenza pandemic, according to a damning review drawing on previously suppressed data.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
A Sure Headache For Many Drivers: Kicking Off The Workweek Without I-96
Keep the aspirin handy. The I-96 headaches have only just begun. The ripple effects will be felt on other freeways too, with people finding new alternate routes to work.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Twitter Gives Real-Time Insights Into Migraine Headaches
New research shows that Twitter may be a valuable tool for estimating the everyday burden of migraine among U.S. patients, adding yet another example of how social media can improve the health care landscape.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Melissa Conrad Stppler, MD, is a U.S. board-certified Anatomic Pathologist with subspecialty training in the fields of Experimental and Molecular Pathology.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Headache Relief: Treat Those Pangs With These 5 At-Home Remedies
You're sitting at your desk, in your home, or running errands, and all of a sudden you get this sharp pain in your head - a dreaded headache.
Roger Cady, M.D. Joins GelStat Corporation as Chief Medical Advisor
GelStat Corporation , a company engaged in the research, development, marketing and branding of innovative Over-the-Counter consumer healthcare products, is pleased to announce today that Roger Cady, M.D. has agreed to become the GelStat's Chief Medical Advisor and to assist the Company with developing several of its new migraine products.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
The Wichita Eagle
New wrinkles in use of Botox
But this Allergan-produced medication – which is a purified, pharmaceutical-level grade of a bacteria called "botulinum toxin" – has myriad medical applications.