Colic in infancy linked to migraines later in childhood

But no tie to tension headaches shows up in data

By Nathan Seppa, 14:51 PM April 16, 2013

The inconsolable crying some infants go through, known as colic, is associated with migraine headaches later in childhood, researchers report in the April 17 Journal of the American Medical Association. Luigi Titomanlio of Paris Diderot University and colleagues identified 208 children and teens, ranging in age from six to 18, who had been diagnosed at an emergency department with migraines. As a control group, the scientists found 471 children of matching ages who had shown up at emergency ...

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