Researchers Explore Link Between Migraines and Epilepsy
Angela Finlay
Angela Finlay
September 5, 2018
Until recently, there’s been relatively little medical interest in finding the commonalities and connection between migraines and epilepsy.

Latest News Content

Cannabis for Migraine

Cannabis for Migraine Shown to Decrease Headaches

Research shows that using cannabis for migraine can have a pain-relieving effect, and even result in fewer occurrences of migraines.
1.3k found this helpful by Kate Turner on July 6, 2016
Dispelling Migraine Myths

Separating Fact From Fiction

As if the pain of living with migraine wasn’t enough, there are many migraine myths and misconceptions for you to contend with.
68 found this helpful by Barbara Leech on June 24, 2015
Could Migraine and Carpal Tunnel Be Connected?

The Possible Connection Between Migraines and Wrist Pain

Researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center have published their optimistic findings on the link between migraine headache and carpal tunnel syndrome.
176 found this helpful by Angela Finlay on June 16, 2015
Risk of Parkinsons Disease

Is There a Link Between Parkinson’s Disease and Migraines?

There has been evidence that people that have migraines in middle age are more than twice as likely to have Parkinson’s disease at a later age.
123 found this helpful by Yvonne Banks on November 4, 2014
New Migraine Treatment

Researchers Discover a Promising New Migraine Treatment Method

The new migraine treatment falls within a class of drugs used to treat cancer, and is created from genetically engineered antibodies.
989 found this helpful by Amy Manley on September 30, 2014