Study: Migraines in men raise cardiovascular risk

11/16/2006 | ABC News

Men who suffer from migraine headaches are at a 24% increased risk for experiencing major cardiovascular problems and 42% more likely to suffer a heart attack, according to a new study. Researchers made the conclusion in a study looking at 20,084 men, and the findings complement previous studies indicating women who have migraines also are more likely to have major cardiovascular disease.

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