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What are good sources of information about migraines and other headaches?

Dawn Marcus
Neurology
Some of the best sites for getting reliable and up-to-date headache information are managed by national headache and pain foundations and recognized migraine experts:
  • American Council for Headache Education
  • American Headache Society
  • National Headache Foundation
  • National Pain Foundation
  • Help for Headaches & Migraine
  • Migraine Awareness Group
  • My Migraine Connection
  • Migraine Survival
These foundations have Web sites that provide information on headache testing, diaries, diets, and treatment, as well as results of new headache research studies.
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