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High estrogen: Five signs women should know!

Estrogen is responsible for the development and regulation of the women's reproductive system and vital for a woman's sexual development. 

Cure your headache with these yoga poses!

Cure your headache with these yoga poses!

Cure your headache with these yoga poses!

Persistent headache? Know the symptoms of brain tumour!

Headache is one of the most common symptoms experienced by people with brain tumours,

Simple ways to get rid of Migraine pain

Zee Media Bureau/Irengbam Jenny

New Delhi: Migraine headaches are the most common and painful things that a person can experience.

It can be triggered by many factors like stress, strong odours, hormones, dietary changes and smoking.

Asthma may lead to chronic migraine

 Pre-existing asthma may be a strong predictor of future chronic migraine attacks in individuals experiencing occasional migraine headaches, according to researchers from the University of Cincinnati (UC) in the US.

Sleepwalkers feel no pain even if seriously injured

Although sleepwalkers have an increased risk for headaches and migraines while awake, during sleepwalking episodes they are unlikely to feel pain even when they suffer an injury, a new study finds.

Viral fever: Know the symptoms of it!

Symptoms of viral fever can include a runny nose, sore throat, skin rashes, body aches.

Can excessive use of Wi-Fi, gadgets, trigger headaches, allergies?

 Should you worry about 'wireless allergies'?

Guard yourself against problems, sugar addicts!

If you are constantly craving sweet foods, you are a sugar addict! Beware against headaches and brush your teeth well.

How to tell if you're having a migraine!

Migraines are painful headaches often localized in a certain area of the head. It is accompanied by a pronounced sensitivity to light and sound. It can last from 2 to 72 hours and can be treated.

Chris Rogers backs Australia's decision to rule him out

Chris Rogers backs Australia's decision to rule him out

Australia left-hander Chris Rogers on Friday backed the decision by team's support staff to rule him out of the two-match Test series against the West Indies, but insists he will be ready for the forthcoming Ashes tour.

Teaching may come with a headache!

Teachers suffer psychosomatic disorders such as exhaustion, fatigue, and headaches more frequently than other occupational groups, Germany-based research has found.

Novel gel treated acute migraine in human trials

 Human trials involving moderate and severe migraine sufferers has shown positive results for treating acute migraine by applying a novel gel on the affected area.

Innovative treatment breaks chronic migraine cycle

People suffering from chronic migraine may soon heave a sigh of relief as researchers have found promise in a minimally invasive innovative treatment.

Diet rich in salt major reason behind headaches

A new study has revealed that diets high in salty foods are a major culprit in headaches.

Mumbai: UK man gets brain pacemaker to get rid of severe headaches

In a medical breakthrough, a UK man successfully underwent a brain nerve stimulation procedure in Mumbai to get rid of his rare headaches. 

Best postures to maintain in front of your computer screen

In this technology driven world it is imperative to use technology for the reason it has been created- to make things easier for us! But if using technology is taking a toll on your body then it's time to analyse your ways of using it.

Daniel Radcliffe `suffering from cluster headaches, BP issues`

Daniel Radcliffe has recently revealed that he takes blood pressure medication even though he is just 25 years old.

New app to help headache sufferers cope better

Scientists have developed an app that provides a new approach to the treatment of headaches by helping sufferers record the severity and regularity of their pain.

Obama: when it comes to head injuries in sports, don`t just ``suck it up``

President Barack Obama said on Thursday more effort is needed to prevent concussions in young athletes, including greater awareness of the severity of head injuries, which are too often dismissed as headaches instead of serious brain trauma.