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Migraine family patterns

During childhood, migraine affects boys and girls equally. But after puberty, the situation shifts, with women more likely to experience migraine headaches. About 9% of men and 16% of women suffer from migraine. The tendency for migraine runs in families. There also seems to be a connection with motion sickness: many adult migraine sufferers recall bouts of carsickness as children.…

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