Migraines Combined with Depression Lead to Brain Changes

Migraines Combined with Depression Lead to Brain Changes

There is evidence that people who experience migraines and are depressed may actually have smaller brains, according to a report from CBS News. A study was done to find out if having these conditions in conjunction with each other affected the brain. The author of the study was Dr. Gudmundsson from Maryland. He stated thatContinue Reading

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