Infantile colic may increase risk of migraines in childhood

04/16/2013 | Reuters · Family Practice News

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.

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