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  • Heading Off Headaches

    10/30/2013 | TreatmentsNeurology & Neurosurgery

    Migraines and other headaches aren’t just for grown-ups. Up to eight percent of children will experience a headache by the tender age of three. That number jumps to almost 50 percent by the time they reach seven. And puberty is prime time for the migraine to first rear its head. The good news is that in the vast majority of cases, headaches can be managed. The key is pinpointing the exact problem…

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  • Katie’s Story

    11/14/2011 | TreatmentsNeurology & Neurosurgery

    Katie Murray was only 7-years-old when she started having headaches. They made her nauseous and became so severe she would vomit. Her parents knew something was wrong. No child should have symptoms like this. Then an MRI revealed Katie had a cancerous brain tumor. “You are in a haze, it’s indescribable,” Murray’s mother said. The doctors said to not let Katie sleep and drive…

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