It might look like a discarded prop from Star Trek, but by stimulating the nerves beneath the forehead with an electrical current, Cefaly can make migraines less painful and less frequent. It’s already available in Canada, retailing for $250.
The Myths of Katrina Ten years after the storm, falsehood about warnings, violence, and recovery persist. Here’s the truth.
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