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Margaret Shepard, Communications Associate
Joined: May 17, 2013
Posted by @Margaret_Marie in Healthy Living, Jul 16, 2014
The good news: Primary exercise headaches don’t last more than two days and generally stop altogether after a few months. “We don’t know why they start,” Dr. Halker said, “but we know that they always go away.
Ask Well: Exercise and Headaches From New York Times
Tags: New York Times, Ask Well, Exercise, exercise and headaches, headaches, primary exercise headaches
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