- FDA approves the first transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) device, made by the Belgian firm STX-Med, for the prevention of migraine headaches.
- The product, called Cefaly, is battery operated and resembles a plastic headband worn across the forehead.
- Cefaly is available by prescription to patients aged 18 years and older. It should be used only once per day for no more than 20 minutes.
- Other FDA-approved products, such as TEVA's (TEVA) Zecuity, treat migraine symptoms.
at Zacks.com (Jan 12, 2015)