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Some uncommon triggers that cause headaches

There are some run-of-the-mill reasons why we get headaches. Stress, eyestrain or hormonal shifts are all common causes.But there are some headache triggers that aren't quite as common and lead to that gnawing pain.

Sunday - 12/01/2013, 10:36am EST

Tags: CNNhealth.com, veronica robinson, headache triggers,

Study finds migraine sufferers are stigmatized

Those who experience migraines have to deal with a lot more than pain. It turns out many migraine sufferers ache in silence, due to the stigma attached to the headaches.

Friday - 07/19/2013, 04:35am EDT

Tags: migraine, migraines, Paula Wolfson, stigma, Dr. Simon Fishman, Integrated Neurology Services in Northern Virginia

Recognizing the 4 stages of a migraine

Migraines start before the pain arrives. While everyone may not experience every symptom, it's helpful to know what might happen.

Thursday - 07/11/2013, 05:06am EDT

Tags: alan etter, migraines, migraine symptoms

7 migraine triggers to know

What's inside your foods and drinks could trigger migraines. If you know these triggers, you may be able to reduce your likelihood of getting a migraine.

Monday - 06/10/2013, 06:57am EDT

Tags: del walters, migraine, migraine awareness month, U.S. News and World Report, migraine triggers

Cheese, meat, beer could cause headaches for some

If you are prone to headaches and migraines, the answer to the agonizing pain may be in your grocery cart.

Sunday - 03/03/2013, 08:39am EST

Tags: cheese, meat, Tyramine, Dr. Oz,

Help Remedies curing everything from colds to love lives

Instead of reaching for Tylenol or Motrin to cure your next migraine, the drug "Help, I have a headache" may just do the trick. The medication is one of the products offered by Help Remedies, a start-up company from New York City that aims to make over-the-counter health care simpler for consumers.

Wednesday - 12/05/2012, 12:54pm EST

Tags: medication, drugs, health care, advertising, Madeline Tallman

Moody? You might need a drink -- of water

Water isn't just for thirst anymore. The University of Connecticut has found that dehydration can affect energy levels, alter mood and hurt one's ability to think clearly.

Monday - 04/23/2012, 06:57am EDT

Tags: water, fatigue, dehydration