Children and teens who visited an emergency department for migraine headaches were between six and seven times more likely to have a history of colic during infancy than patients with minor trauma, a European study showed. Pediatric patients with tension-type headache were no more likely to have had infantile colic than those who presented with minor trauma, researchers wrote in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
Infantile colic may increase risk of migraines in childhood
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