Medicine and Psychotherapy Help Youth Suffering from Migraines

Combining medicine with psychotherapy helps children and teens suffering from migraine headaches, according to a new study led by Dr. Scott Powers, co-director of the Headache Center at Cincinnati Children’s.  Patients who received a type of psychotherapy that teaches relaxation and coping techniques had significantly fewer days with headaches. Read more about the migraine study in The Chicago Tribune (via Reuters Health).

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