A tension headache can be short and episodic (lasting for about 30 minutes and occurring on 10 to 15 days every month) or chronic (a more severe version that lasts for a day or longer, and occurs more frequently). The onset of chronic tension headaches is usually preceded by the
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STUDY: OMEGA-3S DON’T IMPROVE COGNITION
Older individuals with higher levels of omega-3 fatty acids found in fish and fish-oil supplements do not do better than those with lower levels on tests of thinking and memory, according to a study published online Sept. 25, 2013 in the journal Neurology. Researchers analyzed data
What is an ocular migraine? If you’re unfamiliar with the term, you might size it up pretty quickly as a severe headache centered in the area of your eyes. You would be partially right.
After all, the word “ocular” comes from the Late Latin word ocularis—literally “of the eye”—and dates
Some headaches come on gradually—the average tension headache, for example. Others—like ice pick headaches—are sudden and swift. A thunderclap headache can develop just as quickly as an ice pick headache, but—unlike ice pick headaches, which typically don’t last longer than 10 seconds—a thunderclap headache can continue for as long as