Red Wine, Weather May Trigger Migraines, National Yang-Ming University School of Medicine Study

Published: Jun 25, 2012

If you always have a migraine attack when it’s raining, it could be more than coincidence, suggests recent research. Researchers from the National Yang-Ming University School of Medicine in Taipei, Taiwan, discovered that sudden temperature changes in the atmosphere could be the underlying trigger of up to a fifth of migraines.

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