Published in Women's Health Weekly, July 12th, 1999
"There may be some individuals who, by reason of their physical build alone, are prone to headache," reported Karen Grimmer, PhD, of the University of South Australia, and her associates.
Indeed, Grimmer et al. discovered that more patients with a longer anterior cervical column compared to the posterior cervical column suffered headaches, especially if the variances were greater than three centimeters ("Frequency of Headaches Associated with the Cervical Spine and Relationships with Anthropometric, Muscle Performance, and Recreational...
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