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Migraine and Coronary Artery Disease: A Genetic Connection

There has long been as association between migraine headaches and vascular (blood vessel) dysfunction of some kind, underscored by epidemiological studies and other research. New evidence for a genetic connection now comes from the analysis of several large data sets of each condition based on Genome Wide Association Studies (GWAS).

Patients with Chronic Migraine More Likely to Suffer from TMD

In a recent study, researchers found that patients with chronic migraines which usually occur for more than 15 days a month are likely to experience three times more severe symptoms of Temporomandibular disorder (TMD) than patients with an episodic migraine.

Are you a TMD patient with Tinnitus?

It's a ringing sound, a buzzing, a hiss.... It can be soft or loud, intermittent or present all the time, affecting one ear or both. In whatever way it affects you, it's damned annoying, unpleasant, distracting. Indeed, it is considered the worst problem affecting human beings after pain and dizziness.

Repeated Injections of Botox into the Masseter Muscle... A Longitudinal Study

The authors of this study examined mandibular bone before and after subjects received Botox injections into each masseter muscle. These volunteers were healthy adults (22-48 years old), both male and female, who wanted injections to slim their faces.

Washington Post Article on TMD

The Washington Post recently featured an article on Temporomandibular Disorders. Below is an excerpt from that article and a link to the full story.

Friends & Family


  • Dec 26, 2016

    If you haven't done so already, please join me in making a year-end contribution to The TMJ Association (TMJA) in the honor of families like mine and yours who bravely battle this disease each and every day. Since my daughter, Alexandra, b


  • Aug 10, 2013

    Dear Friends of The TMJ Association, the most important investment that we make this coming year will be to advance TMJ science through our sixth scientific meeting, to be held in spring 2011, in the Washington, DC area.  We are dedicated to promoti


  • Apr 30, 2013

    I have never known my mom without TMJD, and this gave me a unique childhood. In the 28 years I have been alive, I have never seen Mom pick up a heavy object, run, chew a piece of gum, or go for more than a few hours without lying down. I have seen her


  • Oct 24, 2009

    My wife Elizabeth and I have been living with TMJ Disorders for the last 28 years. Yes, I say both of us have been living with it, because although she is the one with constant pain, who has endured multiple surgeries, and tried countless treatment pro


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