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0 Replies |Report This| Share this:Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Migraine HeadachesMigraines and other types of headache -- such as tension headache and sinus headache -- are painful and can rob you of quality of life.<br /><br />Check out this new WebMD slideshow: <a href="http://www.webmd.com/migraines-headaches/slideshow-migraine-overview">A Visual Guide to Migraine Headaches</a> to get a mental picture on such things as:<br /><br /><ul><li>Migraine symptoms</li><li>Migraine with aura</li><li>Warning signs</li><li>Common migraine triggers </li><li>Children with migraines</li><li>Diagnosis and treatments, and much more.</li></ul>How do like these slideshow presentations? Are they more (or less) helpful than other resources available on WebMD? Did we miss anything? What other topics would you like to see covered in a slideshow?<br /><br />Please leave your thoughts below. :)
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