Wednesday, April 19, 2017


Headaches are often assumed to be something from which only adults suffer. However, it’s more common in children than you’d think. There are types of headaches that may be ongoing or that happen every once in a while for a child. Children between ages 5 and 9 often experience common abdominal headaches, which can develop into more severe headaches later in life. 

As recurring head pain tends to interfere with daily activities, it’s important to recognize the symptoms of headaches in your child so that you can help him/her feel better again.

In the following presentation, learn about different types of migraine headaches in children, their symptoms, and how you can treat and relieve the pain.

Presentation courtesy of Diamond Headache Clinic.

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