- July 27th, 2011Every month we ask top practitioners to address your health concerns. This month find solutions for migraines, diabetes, and ovarian cysts.
- July 27th, 2011
You know that feeling…a dull hammer tapping inside your head that turns into a jackhammer? You may be sensitive to light. Simple background noise becomes as unbearable as nails dragging across a chalkboard. Even moving your head becomes a difficult task.
Migraines can put a major cramp on your day. Here's some information that can help you relieve your pain naturally.By Brooke Holmgren
- September 1st, 2010
Randi Byrne, of California, first got chronic, debilitating migraine headaches in her 20s. By her 40s they were controlling her life. She spent most weekends in bed, missing family outings and events. “I couldn’t take care of my family, I couldn’t do anything,” she says.
The conventional Rx:By Diana Roome
- May 1st, 2010
Imagine wearing a football helmet that’s too tight. Add to that upset stomach, blurred vision, and flashing lights. This is a migraine—a type of headache one memoirist described as feeling like “God just punched you in the side of the face.”
Try these treatments when the throbbing starts.By Jennie Dorris
- October 1st, 2008
If you suffer from migraines, these debilitating headaches need no introduction. You might feel better, though, knowing that 28 million other Americans—the overwhelming majority of them women—are also searching for something safe to make the pain go away.
No drugs, no side effects, no headaches.By Gina Roberts-Grey
- February 1st, 2008
Strengthen a weak immune system.Turns out it pays to get busy in bed beyond Valentine's Day. While sex may not cure all your ills, research shows it can help.By Beverly Herzog