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Migraines Linked to Low Levels of Cerebrospinal Fluid in the Brain

Migraines are intense and pounding head pain that lasts for several hours or even a few days. Usually, the pounding feeling begins around the forehead, on the side of the head, or around the eyes.

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The Parts of the Brain that May Cause Dizziness and Vertigo

A client of mine asked recently, “What causes dizziness and vertigo?” Specifically, this client asked about the cause of Meniere’s “Disease” (which is not a disease at all, but a syndrome characterised by dizziness/vertigo, ringing in the ears and transient hearing loss).

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Did You Know ...? - Body and Brain Trivia is Back!

For some reason, I'm very good at hoarding bunches of useless body and brain trivia. I'm sure that it's taking up valuable real-estate in my own brain that would be better served for other things!

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