Tag Archives: Headache

Pediatric Headache Phenotypes Used to Aid Headache Diagnosis and Treatment – Neurology Advisor

Headaches in children are among the most frequent complaints leading to pediatric office and urgent care visits. According to a 2015 editorial in Headache by Andrew D. Hershey, MD, PhD, FAAN, FAHS, director of neurology at the Headache Center at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center in Ohio, as many as 75% of children will experience… Read More »

Are Crypto Taxes Giving You A Headache? Keep These Tips In Mind To Make Next Year Go Smoother – Forbes

For many cryptocurrency investors, getting ready to file taxes is nothing short of a nightmare. It’s not unusual to hear from crypto investors who have to spend a hundred hours or more tracking down records of their crypto trades, mining pool payouts, and  miscellaneous transactions.  Many also ended up unexpectedly owing thousands of dollars in tax,… Read More »

Is Red Wine Really the Cause of That Headache? – The Wall Street Journal

Illustration: JOANNA GROCHOCKA 61 Comments By Lettie Teague Lettie Teague The Wall Street Journal Biography Lettie.Teague@wsj.com Updated Jan. 4, 2019 12:40 p.m. ET I KNOW PLENTY of people who suffer from headaches that they believe are triggered by drinking red wine—including, occasionally, me. Red Wine Headache is such a common complaint that it has both… Read More »