Migraine Prevalence, Celiac Disease, & IBD | News Brief

When compared with healthy controls, patients with celiac disease, gluten sensitivity (GS), and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) appear to have a higher prevalence of migraine. Investigators from New York noted that migraine was graded as severe by 72% of patients with celiac disease, compared with 60% for those with GS and 30% for those with IBD.

Abstract: Headache, November 5, 2012 (online).


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CME: Bridging the Gap: Clinical Trial Design and Implication for Translating Research into Clinical Practice in Epilepsy
CME Credit: 1.0 hour activity

Epilepsy affects some 2.3 million adults and 467,711 children in the United States. Selecting the best drug for a particular patient and for a specific seizure type can be challenging for clinicians. Evidence based recommendations on the efficacy, tolerability, and safety of several AEDs were developed in 2004...

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