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What a headache!


The Tribune - Sep 8, 2017
Common primary headaches include tension, migraine, and cluster headaches, while secondary headaches are usually as a result of an injury or an underlying illness. Migraine headaches are the second most common type of primary headache. What to do?
 

Headaches: When to worry


The Daily Star - Sep 9, 2017
Cluster headaches occur on and off for weeks at a time over the course of a few months. These headaches are rare, but most often affect men and smokers. Cluster headaches begin and evolve quickly, becoming intense within minutes. It tends to develop at ...
 

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What Are Cluster Headaches?


Doctors' staff member Robert has been suffering from debilitating cluster headaches for the past eight years. Listen as neurologist Dr. David Kudrow explains ...
 

New Device Offers Relief For Cluster Headaches


There are headaches, there are migraines, and then there are headaches so painful they're called \
 

Cluster Headaches | This Morning


Ruth and Eamonn discuss a common type of headache many people suffer from on a regular basis - cluster headaches.
 

Differentiating Cluster Headaches from other Trigeminal Autonomic Cephalalgia


Neurologists and headache specialists Dr. Lawrence Newman and Dr. David Dodick share how to distinguish between cluster headaches and other members of ...
 

Treating Cluster Headaches with Psychedelics


Treating Cluster Headaches with Psychedelics by Bob Wold was recorded as part of a seminar on Psychedelics: Therapy, Culture and Cluster Headaches.