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For those of you suffering migraines in addition to your seizures:
Here's the website for the device, for folks who want to learn more or read testimonials:The Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday said it had approved the first medical device to prevent migraine headaches. The device, made by a Belgian company, Cefaly Technology, is small, portable and battery powered, and it looks like a plastic headband. It is worn across the forehead and over the ears, and contains a small electrode that applies an electric current to stimulate the nerve that is associated with migraine headaches. A study of 67 people in Belgium found that those who used the device reported significantly fewer days with migraines per month than those who used a placebo.