9/23/2004

Migraine headaches are fairly common among people who suffer from sinus headaches, and in situations where there are nasal or eye symptoms, physicians shouldn't rule out a migraine diagnosis, says a new study. In reviewing the rate of migraine-type headaches in 2,991 patients who experienced sinus headaches, researchers found that 80% of the patients met the criteria for migraines.

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