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Who feels the impact of headache disorders and migraine? More people than you may think, according to a new video from The Headache & Migraine Policy Forum.
Collectively, 39 million men, women and children in the United States and more than 1 billion people worldwide experience migraine, the third most prevalent illness in the world. As the video explains, migraine has emerged as a common problem for veterans, particularly those who have been deployed or have suffered a traumatic brain injury. While some headache disorders disproportionately affect women, others are genetic, afflicting a family one generation after another. Those who have experienced an injury or stroke are another affected group.
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