Migraines Found to Be More Common in Concussed College Athletes The Reason for the Association Is Unclear

Among collegiate student-athletes with a history of concussion, almost one in three males and nearly one half of females reported having a history of migraine, according to a new report. But the researchers cautioned that the data are insufficient to support any relationship between sport-related concussions and migraines or other headaches.

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