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"This site will be in a constant state of change as we bring you the most up-to-date information on the management of headache. ACHE is a national non-profit patient/physician partnership providing support for sufferers of chronic headache while working to educate the public about this terribly misunderstood illness. ACHE produces and publishes a quarterly newsletter, brochures, a book, a video and other educational materials that are provided free or at a discount to ACHE members." Also, can learn how to become a member of ACHE.
"The public portion of this web site offers clinically oriented information on headache as well as information on AHS programs and activities.
This information is intended primarily for health care professionals. Headache sufferers and other interested non-professionals may wish to consult the
information offered by the AHS-affiliated patient organization, the American Council for Headache Education (ACHE)."
"Our World Wide Web Headache Information Center offers membership availability, topic sheets for specific headache conditions, a list of educational materials for purchase, information about headache support groups, sample articles from the NHF Head Lines, our award-winning bi-monthly newsletter (the table of contents, the cover story from the current issue and a selection of readers' questions and answers), plus general information about the National Headache Foundation and how we can help you."
"The Fibromyalgia Network is one of the 3 best patient newsletters that I have encountered. It is well researched and written, and interesting. Lawrence Robbins, MD"
"There are a few other sites out there dealing with Cluster Headaches, but no real place to "interact" with other Cluster sufferers. There are a few message boards where you can read posts dealing with Cluster Headaches, but sorting through all the migrane, tension, and other headache posts to find the few about Clusters is enough to bring on a headache! Never again will you have to search, hour upon hour, for information on Cluster Headaches! You now have a place to "hang out" that you can call our very own. You now have a place to "vent" when you wake up at 3 a.m. with a headache, the oxygen tank is empty, and you're out of Imitrex!"
"Our database is designed to provide timely, concise drug information for medical professionals."