Changing weather conditions cause headaches in children, study finds

Many people with chronic headaches believe that weather changes trigger their woes. Turns out they may be right, suggest new research findings. In a study of 25 children and teenagers with migraines or chronic tension-type headaches, researchers found that symptoms tended to flare up on days when it rained or when humidity was higher than normal.

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