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Exertion Headache? Consider the Causes and Try These Treatments

Exertion Headache? Consider the Causes and Try These Treatments

If you tend to develop a headache while exercising or start feeling a headache after you exercise, it’s likely that you’re suffering from the exertion headache phenomenon. You’re more likely to experience an exertion headache if you also suffer from migraine symptoms, which can also stem from vigorous exercise.

Exertion headache

Hemorrhagic Stroke: Why It Happens, How It’s Treated

While ischemic stroke (the type that is caused by a blood clot blocking blood flow in the brain) accounts for nearly 90 percent of strokes, hemorrhagic stroke, which occurs due to bleeding in the brain, is even more deadly. “It is less treatable than ischemic stroke,” confirms neurologist Stanley Tuhrim,

Are You Suffering from Jaw Pain?

Are You Suffering from Jaw Pain?

Because your jaw is one of the joints you use most often, dealing with jaw pain can be difficult—it can affect your ability to talk and eat. Often, jaw pain is related to problems with your teeth resulting from an oral health issue or from a habit like teeth-grinding.

But jaw

Brain Tumor Symptoms: Not Just in Your Head

Brain Tumor Symptoms: Not Just in Your Head

Not all headaches are cause for concern. You might suffer an occasional migraine, head pain from a stiff neck, or the after-effects of an extra glass of wine you imbibed the night before. You simply take a few aspirins or another medication and the pain in your brain subsides.

But when

Let Star Fruit Shine

The Folklore
The beautiful star fruit—averrhoa carambola—is a tropical fruit that comes from a tree native to the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, India, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka. Today, this fruit—named star fruit because the distinctive ridges running down the fruit’s skin form a star shape when sliced—are cultivated throughout many tropical and

Newsbriefs: Brain Tumors; Light-Intensity Exercise; Cognitive Decline

Brain Tumor Reclassification Could Lead to More Refined Diagnosis, Treatment
Researchers from 44 medical institutions have reclassified brain cancers in order to change how physicians diagnose and treat different brain tumors. The researchers examined the six most common forms of glioma—brain tumors—and found significant molecular differences, enabling them to be grouped

When to Be Concerned About Headache

For most of us, an occasional headache is nothing more than a minor inconvenience. But for some, headaches can strike repeatedly. At their most benign, these headaches are the result of lifestyle and behavioral factors, and addressing these factors can significantly improve quality of life. In other cases, a headache

Epilepsy Can Strike at Any Age

While epilepsy has long been viewed as a childhood complaint that may last throughout life, the condition is just as likely to begin in your sixties, seventies, and eighties as in your first 10 years—in fact, the incidence in people age 65 and older exceeds that of any other age

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