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Friday 30 September 2016

No clear reason for attacks of Migraine 

Dr Michelle Cooper's Good Health About 1 in 4 women and about 1 in 12 men develop migraine at some point in their lives. It most commonly starts in childhood years or in early adult life. Some people suffer from frequent attacks - sometimes several attacks per week. Others suffer from infrequent attacks only occurring now and then and some may go for years between attacks. In some people, the migraine attacks stop in later adult life. However, in some cases the attacks continue...

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