Thursday, August 19, 2010

Smoking Tied to Frequent Headaches and Migraines in Teens

A new study published in the American Academy of Neurology found teens that smoke, teens that are obese or teens that exercise very little get frequent headaches or migraines more often. Smoking teens are 50 percent more likely to suffer from headaches and migraines than teens without any of these three negative health factors. Of the three health factors, smoking teens had the highest chance of frequent headaches.

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