Patch shows promise for helping with migraines
DENVER -- People who get migraine headaches describe them as one of the worst things imaginable. Doctors say women are more likely to develop migraines, keeping many from going to work and making it difficult to carry out everyday duties. “What separates the men and women is hormones," said Dr. Michael Ament of the Ament Headache Center in Cherry Creek. "Somewhere around when women first enter puberty there's a big shift in the percentages we see -- about three times as many women with migraines.”