Study links occasional headaches to high caffeine consumption

08/24/2009 | HealthDay News

People who drank more than 500 mg of caffeine a day experienced 18% more nonmigraine headaches than those who drank about 125 mg of the beverage a day, according to a study involving more than 50,000 people. Chronic headaches were more likely in those who drank less caffeine, which is a common ingredient in headache analgesics, the study found.

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