Published in Women's Health Weekly, August 23rd, 2007
This 3-to-1 ratio raises the obvious question: Why' The reason, suggest researchers at UCLA, is that women may have a faster trigger than men for activating the waves of brain activity thought to underlie migraines. If the theory is correct, this triggering mechanism may be a new target for migraine treatment.
Reporting in the Annals of Neurology,...
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