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Drinking too much coffee (or other caffeinated drinks) may be a trigger for migraines if you’re already prone to severe headaches, according to a recent study in The American Journal of Medicine. But how much is too much? Researchers found …

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Results from a new clinical trial confirm the FDA-approved device has 81% efficacy among migraine sufferers A new study finds that Cefaly, the first FDA-approved transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation device specifically authorized for use prior to the onset of migraine …

New Study Finds CEFALY Has Very High Efficacy for Migraine Prevention Read More »

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FDA-approved device to prevent migraines, reveals results from a new clinical PET scan trial that shows it returns normal brain metabolism to specific cortical zones CEFALY Technology, the creators of the first FDA-approved transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation device specifically authorized …

New Study Shows CEFALY Returns Normal Metabolic Activity to Brain Areas in Migraine Patients Read More »

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