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Saturday, October 12, 2013

Migraines Are Different in Men and Women

From Scientific American:

Researchers at Harvard University, however, have come at least one step closer to figuring out why women are twice as likely to suffer from chronic migraines as men. The brain of a female migraineur looks so unlike the brain of a male migraineur, asserts Harvard scientist Nasim Maleki, that we should think of migraines in men and women as “different diseases altogether.”

Read more:
Sex Matters in Migraines



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