Maternal migraines may increase risk of colic in babies

04/26/2012 | MyHealthNewsDaily.com

An estimated 29% of mothers who reported migraine headaches had colicky babies compared with 11% of mothers without migraines, according to a study presented at an American Academy of Neurology meeting. Researchers found no evidence linking paternal migraines to babies with colic but said the study may not have included enough fathers. The findings suggest that colic may be an early sign of migraines, the researchers said.

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