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Study Finds New Type of Psoriasis Cream (a PDE-4 inhibitor) Effectively Clears Plaques

Study Finds New Type of Psoriasis Cream (a PDE-4 inhibitor) Effectively Clears Plaques

Jul 29// Psoriasis

An oral PDE-4 inhibitor is already approved, but research is promising for topical version to target plaques.

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The 5 Worst Things People Say Because of Migraine Myths

Jul 16// Meningitis
"It's just a headache." No matter how many times you have heard these words or perceived this attitude from someone else, your migraine is so much more than just a headache. Not only is a headache not the only symptom of a migraine attack, it is also not mild or just anything. Migraine is a [...]
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Easing the Pain of Migraine with Nurse Practitioners

Jul 15// Migraine
The Burden of Migraine About 1 in 7 people experience migraine, which are the second highest cause of disability in the world. Not just a headache—migraine is primary headache disorder, which means headache that is not caused by something else. Migraine is a serious condition that causes more than just headache pain, although the pain [...]
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HIV Therapy Truvada Is Linked to a Lower Risk of COVID-19

Jul 13// HIV

In a recent study, people using this type of antiretroviral therapy were the least likely among all of the HIV patients to develop coronavirus.

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Signs Your Migraine Treatment Stopped Working — and What to Do If It Does

Jul 08// Migraine

The goal of migraine medication is for your symptoms to go away and not come back. Here’s what to do if it fails.

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When to Go to the Emergency Room or Urgent Care for a Headache

Jul 07// Migraine
When to Go to the Emergency Room or Urgent Care for a Headache Very few people ever want to go to the emergency room (ER). That is even more true now during the COVID-19 pandemic when hospitals and the risk of infection all feel pretty scary. In fact, there is evidence that fewer people in [...]
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Managing Migraine During the Summer: 6 Tips to Alleviate Attacks

Jun 26// Migraine

Summer doesn’t have to be the season of your discontent. Employ this advice from neurology experts to avoid migraine triggers.

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Migraine and Healthcare Disparities

Jun 24// Migraine
What Are Healthcare Disparities A health disparity is defined as a difference in the health care received by individuals from different groups. For example, Hispanic people in the US are two and a half times less likely than white people to have health insurance. Although heart disease has been decreasing in the US, Black people [...]
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Dos and Don’ts for Telemedicine for Migraine

Jun 18// COVID-19
During the COVID-19 pandemic, televisits—seeing your health care provider through a videoconference or phone call—became common. As this article is being written, it is too early to say if the widespread use of telemedicine will continue after the risk of getting or spreading COVID-19 becomes smaller. Many health care providers and patients hope that it [...]
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