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New Nerve Drugs May Finally Prevent Migraine Headaches

Posted by @rebeccamcroberts in Brain & Nervous System, Nov 19, 2015

If you’ve ever had a migraine, you know just how quickly they can ruin your day. 730 million people worldwide are affected by these crippling headaches that often come with light sensitivity, nausea and mood swings. The good news is, neurologists think they might have finally figured out what’s causing those “headache days”. If they’re right, Mayo Clinic experts say that it could completely change how we treat migraines in the future.

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