If you’re lucky, you’ve only had occasional headaches. But most people are so used to having headaches that they’ve simply become part of their normal day.
Niki Widdowson, February 16, 2015
Eating more folate, found in various green leafy vegetables such as spinach and kale, may reduce migraine frequency, a QUT research team has found.
health freedom alliance, 16 December 2015
A stiff neck is a common problem
MyHealthNewsDaily, January 24, 2013
Up to 95 percent of migraine headache sufferers can identify at least one activity that will leave them pillaging the medicine cabinet for a pain reliever, according to one report.
Find out why you might be addicted to NSAIDs
by Declan Twohig and Chet Day from The Rea Centre Collection: A Work in Progress
There seem to be an awful lot of inquiries recently on the subject of headaches.
We have to say that if a person is concerned that the headaches are abnormal and uncharacteristic that they need to visit their own doctor for a check up.
January 15, 2003
by Amanda Ross
Managing Editor Nutrition & Healing
When melatonin hit the mass media in the 90s, it became an instant health superstar -- it made the cover of Newsweek; it was the subject of books; and it became both the darling of age-defying gurus and the nemesis of the FDA and other mainstream naysayers. Touted as the cure for everything from aging to jet lag, this hormone was certainly set up for a great fall.
All headaches are not equal