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TODAY news for Thursday, October 29, 2007

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Retired professor of neurology authors book on headaches

Retired professor of neurology and associate professor of pharmacology at Loma Linda University School of Medicine Donald I. Peterson, MD, has authored a book titled Relief from Headache.

The book provides information about a successful approach to the preventive treatment of the common headache. The method of treatment outlined is simple, effective, and inexpensive.

“This method can provide relief in up to 90 percent of headache victims who carefully follow the instructions,” Dr. Peterson says.

“The reason the method of treatment I developed is so successful is that it removes the cause of headache by physical means rather than depending upon continuous drug use,” Dr. Peterson says.

Dr. Peters has sucessfully treated many persons with chronic headache, including many who were diagnosed with migraine, over the past 30 years.

Many persons, even those with daily headache, became headache free if they followed the instructions in Dr. Peterson’s book correctly and consistently.

The book is available at the Loma Linda University Campus Store and online at www.whgreen.com.

By Richard Weismeyer

TODAY news for Thursday, October 29, 2007