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The relationship between migraine and infant colic

The relationship between migraine and infant colic: A systematic review and meta-analysis From Cephalalgia Infant colic, excessive crying in an otherwise healthy infant is a common and distressing disorder of early infancy. It affects 5%–19% of babies.  Several articles have … Continue reading

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Behavior issues are a bigger headache for children with migraine

Behavioral and emotional symptoms and primary headaches in children – A population-based study From Cephalagia Kids who get migraine headaches are much more likely than other children to also have behavioral difficulties, including social and attention issues, and anxiety and depression. … Continue reading

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Tinted specs offer real migraine relief

fMRI evidence that precision ophthalmic tints reduce cortical hyperactivation in migraine  From Cephalalgia Precision tinted lenses have been used widely to reduce visual perceptual distortions in poor readers, and are increasingly used for migraine sufferers. This study reveals for the … Continue reading

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