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Paroxysmal Pressing Headache Examined as a New Headache Syndrome – Clinical Pain Advisor

According to a study published in Cephalalgia, paroxysmal pressing headache has been identified as a new headache syndrome marked by spontaneous attacks without accompaniments that last only a few minutes with pain located in 1 region of 1 side of the head, which can shift between episodes. The investigators of this prospective study sought to… Read More »

Headache Frequency, Medication Overuse, and Depression Linked to Migraine – Neurology Advisor

February 01, 2019 Share this content: Participants who reported chronic headaches were found likely to develop migraines. Increased headache day frequency, acute medication overuse and/or high-frequency use, and depression were the most strongly identified risk factors identified for the new onset of chronic migraine (CM)/transformed migraine (TM), chronic daily headache (CDH), or related chronic headache… Read More »

If ‘Roma’ Hits The Wall, Expect Another Political Headache For The Oscars – Deadline

Alfonso Cuarón
 Is Roma about to hit The Wall? At the moment, it certainly looks that way, and a collision could mean yet another headache for the Oscars. With 10 Oscar nominations and an often-predictive Critics Choice award under its belt, Alfonso Cuaron’s Netflix drama about a housekeeper in Mexico City appears to be holding… Read More »