FDA approves Cefaly, electrical tiara like device as a treatment for migraines symptoms

The U.S Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Tuesday approved the first medical device for preventing migraine headaches. The device, called Cefaly, works by stimulating nerves beneath the forehead that trigger migraine headaches. Made by a Belgian company, Cephaly Technology, Cefaly is a small, portable and battery powered nerve-stimulating device that looks like a plastic …