Summer vacation is a great time to slow down and sort of hit the reset button by letting go of some of the stresses of daily life.
Dr. Jonathan Edlow enjoys a good medical mystery. And it’s a good thing because in the ER where he works, at least a couple walk through the door each day.
A migraine is much more than a bad headache. The pain affects roughly 36 million Americans a year – impacting family time, quality of life, and for some, the ability to work.
Sometimes referred to as chronic dehydration, the condition can contribute to a host of medical issues including: headache, constipation and fatigue.
June is Migraine and Headache Awareness Month and the International Headache Congress is taking place through Sunday at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston.