Return to school can trigger headaches in children

09/4/2009 | Yahoo!

More than one-third of children get recurrent headaches, which may be triggered by stress or changes in sleep schedules as they return to school, according to pediatricians. The experts said more than one-third of children have recurrent headaches, and while most get tension headaches, about one-quarter of children get migraines.

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