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Correlation Found Between Suffering from Migraines and Depression

The incidence of depression is higher in women suffering from migraines, a new study has demonstrated. The work examined thousands of women, and found that those having a history of any type of migraine had a 40% greater chance of developing depression. The finding suggests that there may be a common cause between the two... [Continue Reading]
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