Headaches and Migraines

  • Migraines Cause Heart Disease | Natural Health Blog
    2/17/2018
    It seems that migraine sufferers may face long-term and potentially deadly problems. According to new research, experiencing these headaches could also mean an increased chance of heart attacks, stroke, and more.
  • Treating Migraines Naturally With Green Lighting | Natural Health Blog
    5/31/2016
    The use of a narrow band green light may help those with migraines find some relief.
  • Migraines & Balancing Hormones | Natural Health Blog
    9/24/2015
    New research suggests that migraine headaches might have something to do with fats in the bloodstream.
  • 10/17/2013
    According to complaints lodged with Apple's support website, the iOS 7 update for the iPhone and iPad produces significant motion sickness in some users.
  • woman with headache or migraine
    7/31/2012
    Migraines and headaches still baffle the most dedicated scientists on the subject. Fortunately, certain herbs and natural remedies can increase circulation, relieve pain receptors, regulate hormones, and reduce inflammation that often provide the underlying triggers for headaches and migraines.
  • 7/17/2012
    A man in India had to be seen by neurologists to determine why each time he watched pornographic movies, he would get a severe headache. These headaches were so painful that the man had to stop his viewing every time.
  • 7/5/2012
    A recent study, conducted at Taipei Veterans Hospital in Taiwan, discovered a strong association between the weather and milder migraines, which may not be a factor that many people consider when they think about what might have been their trigger.
  • 5/30/2011
    The May 19th issue of The Economist ran TWO stories debunking alternative medicine. The first story carried a subheading that read, "Virtually all alternative medicine is bunk." And then later on in the issue, it expounded on the same theme as the main science story of the week, with the subheading, "Alternative medical treatments rarely work. Personally, I love The Economist, but these stories are way off base and filled with innuendo, not to mention a good bit of distortion.  Learn the other side of the story...
  • 4/4/2009
    A research team out of the University of Manitoba fed small amounts of yellow pea protein to rats, and the rats showed a 20 percent drop in blood pressure compared to rats on a regular diet.
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