HCPLive

Migraine 
The MD Magazine Migraine condition center provides clinical news and articles, information about upcoming conferences and meetings, updated clinical trial listings, and other resources.

Latest Headlines

MRI Scans Correlate Taste Loss and MS Lesions
Loss of the sense of taste in patients with multiple sclerosis is more common than thought.
Agency to take measures to fight opioid abuse epidemic while protecting appropriate access to vitally important pain medications for the patients who need them.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) started out as a good idea. But, many medical professionals have started to read too far into HIPAA, making doctors’ jobs more difficult and, in some cases, affecting current and future patient care.
A recent study showed one trigger for multiple sclerosis (MS) might the death of brain cells that make myelin
Despite decades of clinical advice that caffeine is bad for the heart, there has been little actual study of its effects. A California team said moderate consumption does not affect the performance of the heart or trigger arrhthymias.
Researchers in poor neighborhoods of Cape Town, South African tried to see if sending low-income underserved patients short text messages would improve patients’ adherence to taking anti-hypertension drugs regularly. The results were disappointing, but the strategy should be further explored, a UK team concluded.
Stroke prevention is a more urgent task for physicians treating African Americans—based on that group’s higher risk of having a first-time stroke, Alabama researchers have found.
This article discusses 4 components of behavioral economics and how that is affecting physician personal finance as well as compensation.
White matter differences, picked up with diffusion tensor imaging, correlate with autism symptoms and severity, a UK team found in a study of men on the autism spectrum. The finding could lead to a novel treatment avenue.

Most Popular

@MDMagazine

$vacMongoViewPlus$ $vAR$