New Guidelines for Migraine Prevention in Children and Adolescents


Migraine is common in children and adolescents and is a significant cause of disability. Migraine adversely affects their studies, games and other recreational activities. Over the years, newer evidences have been generated and the current guidelines have incorporated them. The key recommendations for prevention of headaches are: Topiramate is more effective than placebo in reducingContinue reading “New Guidelines for Migraine Prevention in Children and Adolescents”