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Migraine Sufferer’s Brains are Structurally Different – Latest Neurology Study

| November 23, 2007

Migraines A Neurology study by Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, found differences in the sensory areas of the brains of people who develop migraines.    The somatossensory cortext area of the brain was up to 21% thicker in migraine sufferers compared to people who are free from the debilitating headaches.    The cortext area processes pain and […]