Pre-existing asthma may strongly predict future chronic migraine attacks

November 30, 2015

Pre-existing asthma may be a strong predictor of future chronic migraine attacks in individuals experiencing occasional migraine headaches, according to researchers from the University of Cincinnati, Montefiore Headache Center and Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and Vedanta Research.

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