Study links bigger waistlines to migraines in adults

02/13/2009 | Yahoo!

Age, gender and distribution of body fat affect the risk of migraines, according to a U.S. study of more than 22,000 adults. Researchers said people ages 20 to 55 who had more belly fat were more likely to get the headaches than those with smaller waistlines. For those over age 55, total body obesity was not linked to migraine risk.

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