Drugs don’t always work – there’s a better way
By Michael Cohen
Have kids or teens with migraines? New research suggests that medications don’t work better than a sugar pill. Read about the study below.
When you have a child in misery with a migraine it’s hard to know what to do.
Migraine headaches don’t just afflict adults. According to WebMD, by age 15, 15.5 percent of all children have had a migraine headache, and 70 percent of child migraineurs have a family member with a history of migraines.
Typical migraine triggers for children are the same as for adults: stress,