Headache and Depression

J Gordon Millichap
1992 Pediatric Neurology Briefs  
6% and of migraine with aura (classic migraine) 4%. The prevalence of migraine without aura was significantly higher among women than among men, with a male-female ratio of 1:5. Sixty-three percent had episodic tension-type headache and 3% chronic tension-type headache. Tension-type headache in migraineurs was not significantly more prevalent than in non-migraineurs. The results support the view that migraine and tension-type headache are distinct entities. (Rasmussen BK et al. Interrelations
more » ... l. Interrelations between migraine and tension-type headache in the general population. Arch Neurol Sept 1992; 49:914-918.) An interesting article by a PNB subscriber, Dr. E.B. Russo, Western Montana Clinic, Missoula, MT (J Ethnopharmacol 1992; 36.: 193-206), reviews the botanical treatments used for headache by 5
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