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Persistent headache? Know the symptoms of brain tumour!

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

Now lemon and salt can help you get rid of migraine pain

Vision problems and throbbing sensation are the usual things that come with it and make your life tougher.

Watch: What type of headache do you suffer from? This is what it can mean!

They can range from light, mild headaches to strong throbbing ones.

Zika virus likely to spread across US: WHO

The virus, transmitted by the bite of Aedes mosquitoes, is native to Africa and was first found to be spreading in the US in May 2015.

Study shows medical marijuana decreases migraines

A new study has revealed that patients diagnosed with migraine headaches saw a significant drop in their frequency when treated with medical marijuana.

Shocking! Manager offers employee viagra for headache

Shocking! Manager offers employee viagra for headache

The victim, who works as a data processor at a finance firm in Bangalore's Jalahalli are, has alleged that for the past three to four months, she had been regularly harassed by her 38-year-old manager.

Winter ailments: 5 home remedies to look out for

Here are a few natural remedies to beat the chill this winter season.

Believe it! Washing dishes reduces stress

 If a look at the piling dishes in the kitchen sink after a long day gives you a headache, just take a deep breath and plunge into action! New research has found that washing dishes with full concentration may calm the mind and reduce your stress.

Thomas Tuchel mulls Park Joo-ho dilemma on Borussia Dortmund`s record run

Thomas Tuchel mulls Park Joo-ho dilemma on Borussia Dortmund`s record run

Borussia Dortmund host Bayer Leverkusen in the Bundesliga on Sunday on a 10-match winning streak but with the form of South Korea`s Park Joo-ho giving coach Thomas Tuchel a selection headache.

Warning! These food items can cause you headache

Did you know that food could even cause headache? Researchers have revealed certain food items which could trigger headaches.

Rare technique saves woman with brain haemorrhage

A 43-year-old woman who fell unconscious after suffering a brain haemorrhage was successfully treated using a rare intervention technique at a hospital here, doctors said on Monday.

Here's why women are likelier to suffer from migraine

 Migraines, which rank as one of the top 20 most disabling medical illnesses in the world, remain extremely common, affecting more than 36 million people in the United States alone and nearly three times as more women than men.

Online symptom checkers may guide you to doctor

Online diagnostic and symptom checkers can help seriously-ill patients for a guided care, says a study led by an Indian-origin researcher.

New hope for 'migraine' cure

Now you may soon find relief from migraine headaches as a new class of drugs is in the works to cure the pain.

How Yoga can help you ward off diseases?

Yoga be a cure for a lot of diseases. Incorportate yoga in your life for a healthy mind and body.

Now, healthier wine that doesn't give you morning after hangover

 Scientists have developed a "jailbreaking" yeast that has the potential to boost health benefits of wine and reduce the toxic byproducts that cause your after headache.

'Headache may be only symptom of brain tumour'

Headache could be the only symptom of brain tumour in many cases, say researchers, suggesting that CT scans and other neuro-imaging tests for people with headache could prove to be helpful tools in spotting the deadly disease.

Migraine may double facial paralysis risk

Migraine may double the risk of a nervous system condition that causes facial paralysis called Bell's palsy, new research says.

Soon, nasal spray for 'better' migraine pain relief

A new research has revealed that scientists are developing a novel prochlorperazine nasal spray formulation for better migraine pain relief.

Defective nerve insulation triggers migraine

The unbearable headache that migraine patients suffer is due to cellular-level changes in nerve structure, says a study.