By SUSAN DONALDSON JAMES April 10, 2012— Since high school, Michael Calderone’s migraine headaches have been so crushing that life his life would just stop. “I would come home in the summer after working and go pass out in a dark room with a headache so bad I would lose the rest of the day,” […]

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Thirty million people suffer from migraine headaches in the U.S., and one of those is 27 year old Aston Tedford.   Aston was an Army Reservist from 2000 to 2008 and was deployed to Afghanistan and Iraq from 2002 to 2004 where she served as a Specialist and also conducted Taliban searches on clearing missions. […]

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Health reporter Alicia Booth talks with Dr. Bahman Guyuron from University Hospitals in Cleveland who has recently invented a medical device that is providing relief for patients all over the country who suffer from migraine headaches. Ms. Booth also talks to Sandra Eintstein, a Cleveland resident who has suffered from debilitating headaches her whole life. […]

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On May 4, 2010, Cleveland Plain Dealer Health Reporter Brie Zeltner wrote a popular article “The Monster in My Head,” where she provided an deep look inside her continual struggles migraine pain and where she was able to put into words what many sufferers have never been so eloquently able to describe. In this recent […]

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January 28, 2010 – “As founder of the American Migraine Center, Bahman Guyuron sees about 3,000 migraine sufferers per year. Potential treatments range from pain medications and Botox injections to full-blown surgery, the latter of which Dr. Guyuron pioneered as Chair of the Department of Plastic Surgery at University Hospitals. “But not all of his […]

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