Childhood migraine is often overlooked

08/31/2010 | NYTimes.com

Pediatric migraine receives little attention from the medical community because many people believe the condition is more common among adults and parents often think children are exaggerating symptoms to stay out of school. However, doctors say that children may complain of frequent headaches or migraines during the school year because of changes in their sleep schedule, unhealthy diet and the changing weather and that migraines in children should not be ignored.

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