Neurological News: February 2021

What to know about hemorrhagic stroke What to know about hemorrhagic stroke
A hemorrhagic stroke can happen when blood from an artery begins bleeding into the brain after a blood vessel bursts.
Written by Valencia Higuera | Medical News Today | February 15, 2021.
What causes migraine in children? What causes migraine in children?
People of all ages experience migraine, and the symptoms in children are similar to those in adults. They may include a moderate-to-severe headache, nausea, vomiting, and sensitivity to light and sound.
Written by Veronica Zambon | Medical News Today | February 12, 2021.
Everything you need to know about propranolol Everything you need to know about propranolol
Propranolol is a type of drug called a beta-blocker. It works by acting on the nerve impulses in specific areas of the body such as the heart. This causes the heart to beat slower and more steadily.
Written by Jon Johnson | Medical News Today | February 11, 2021.
Menstrual migraine treatment and prevention Menstrual migraine treatment and prevention
The term “menstrual migraine” refers to migraine episodes that appear to be connected with the menstrual cycle. Many people find that hormonal changes can trigger their migraine symptoms.
Written by Zawn Villines | Medical News Today | February 9, 2021.