Obesity may raise migraine risk, u.s. study finds
Geplaatst op 13 februari 2009 - 09:31
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Obesity may raise the risk of getting migraines, the latest health problem to be associated with being much too heavy, U.S. researchers said on Thursday.
People ages 20 to 55 who were obese -- either by a measure of belly fat or using the standard body mass index based on a person's height and weight -- were more likely to report migraines or other severe headaches, they said.
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