Friday, November 21, 2003


Doctors Look at 'Chronic Daily Headaches'
It's a condition that has existed for centuries, doctors say. But only recently has it been given a name: "chronic daily headaches," or CDH, defined as migraines or neck- and head-squeezing tension headaches that are present 15 or more days each month.

Speaking of Scott, he always had terrible headaches, some that sent him to the hospital. I was cynical, thinking he was drug-seeking. Maybe there was a bit of truth to it too.