Mayo Clinic Minute – Better tolerated treatments for migraine

Migraine is genetic neurologic disease which often goes undiagnosed. Sometimes migraine headaches come with pain so intense they can interrupt day-to-day activities.
The good news says Dr. Amaal Starling, a Mayo Clinic neurologist, is there are newer migraine headache treatment options available that are more effective and better tolerated.

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