Read about headaches and migraines in children, when you should worry, and how you can help your child prevent, cope with, and treat their headaches.
Learn about the potential link between multiple sclerosis and headaches and migraines, including what can cause or trigger a headache in MS.
Learn how various headache types are treated with options such as prescription and over-the-counter drugs, home remedies, alternative therapies, or surgery.
Read about primary thunderclap headache, a rare headache that is a diagnosis of exclusion, meaning other serious causes need to be ruled out first.
Read about rare headache disorders that exist on their own and are different from migraines, tension headaches, or cluster headaches.
Most of the time imaging of the brain like an MRI is not needed to diagnose your migraine or headache disorder. Here is when it's warranted, though.
Headaches are common in children, but some may be more serious than others. Learn more about headaches in kids, and signs and symptoms to worry about.
The majority of headaches are not due to a brain tumor, but a headache is often the first sign. Here's how to differentiate between types of headaches.
Understand ice pick headaches, including what they feel like, what other headache disorders they are linked to, and how healthcare providers treat them.
A frontal headache where the pain is centered near your forehead is common. Learn about some common and rare causes of frontal headaches.