Tag Archives: Headache

OnabotulinumtoxinA Therapy May Reduce Frequency, Severity of New Daily Persistent Headache – Clinical Pain Advisor

January 15, 2019 Share this content: OnabotulinumtoxinA injections were typically administered at the clinic every 3 months. OnabotulinumtoxinA therapy may effectively reduce the frequency and severity of new daily persistent headache at 12 months, according to a small study published in Clinical Neuropharmacology. The investigators of this single-center, retrospective study sought to examine the effectiveness of… Read More »

Is Red Wine Really the Cause of That Headache? – The Wall Street Journal

Illustration: JOANNA GROCHOCKA By Lettie Teague Lettie Teague The Wall Street Journal Biography Lettie.Teague@wsj.com Updated Jan. 4, 2019 12:40 p.m. ET I KNOW PLENTY of people who suffer from headaches that they believe are triggered by drinking red wine—including, occasionally, me. Red Wine Headache is such a common complaint that it has both an acronym… Read More »

How a little-known law makes shutdowns such a headache | TheHill – The Hill

It is time to fix the Antideficiency Act to make the federal government more efficient during a shutdown, keep essential employees compensated while on the job and decrease shutdown waste. In the wake of another lapse in appropriations resulting in a government shutdown, federal employees are bearing the brunt of the immediate impacts. Without appropriations,… Read More »