New Drug May Alleviate Migraines for Those With Heart Trouble

A new drug may alleviate agony for scores of migraine patients who are not deemed suitable for other drugs, according to Daily Mail. Current migraine medications work by narrowing blood vessels — a method which is not deemed safe for people at risk of a heart attack or stroke. Instead of narrowing blood vessels, the new drug blocks a protein in the nervous system involved in pain signaling, blunting any discomfort. Migraine affects an estimated 1 in 7 people worldwide and is...

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