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A Painless Migraine? Yes, It’s Known as an Ocular Migraine

Classic migraine episodes progress through four stages, but it’s possible that you may not experience all of them with each attack. When visual disturbances are the primary symptom, you have an ocular migraine, and you might not experience any pain.

Apr 2nd, 2019
What Can be Learned From Having a Sleep Study

Losing sleep occasionally is perfectly normal, but chronic sleep problems can hijack your life in very serious — and life-altering — ways. The first step to getting the sleep you need is a sleep study.

Mar 13th, 2019
5 Steps You Can Take to Help Prevent Dementia

Do you know that you can take steps to lower your risk of dementia? It’s true. And you can even change a genetic tendency for dementia. Lowering your risk isn’t rocket science either. It involves diet, exercise, and maintaining a healthy weight.

Feb 8th, 2019
Can You Have Neuropathy and Not Have Diabetes?

Persistently high blood sugar linked to poorly controlled diabetes is certainly a common cause of neuropathy. But many other conditions can also cause or worsen peripheral nerve damage.

Jan 23rd, 2019