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Why Migraines Strike: Biologists Finally Unlock the Mystery
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Why Migraines Strike: Biologists Finally Unlock the Mystery

Migraine is more than a headache: it is intensely painful and has distinct phases. The disorder used to be considered a vascular one, but recent research reveals it to be neurological, related to a wave of nerve cell activity that sweeps across the brain. The root of migraine may reside in brain stem malfunctioning.

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