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The director of the MedStar Georgetown University Hospital Headache Center stressed building a culture of teaching patients to be their own advocates and to build the relationship with the patient to better manage their migraines.
The director of the MedStar Georgetown University Hospital Headache Center discussed the development of acute care options for patients to improve their quality of life and the management of their condition.
Richard B. Lipton, MD, and Stephen Silberstein, MD, comment on the recommended protocol for patients seen in the emergency department and discuss when inpatient care is necessary for the treatment of chronic migraine.
The director of the Hartford Headache Center spoke about the trend toward device use in migraine treatment, and some of the reasons that may have prompted it.
The director of the Hartford Healthcare Headache Center in Connecticut and lead investigator on the trial provided some insight into the study's findings.
The associate professor at NYU Langone discussed several of the questions that remained unanswered about the relationship between sleep and Alzheimer disease.
Albertson discussed this facet of stroke care, and all the things being done outside just the clinic to help improve outcomes.
The associate professor at NYU Langone discussed emerging evidence that suggests that sleep disruption results in higher levels of markers associated with Alzheimer disease.