A recent study showed that migraine may be a sign of more serious risks in some patients. The study showed that after being diagnosed with migraines, patients were at higher risk of several cardiovascular problems including heart attacks and stroke. This could have implications for a larger population—about 13% of people in the United States have migraines, roughly 37 million, of which 2 to 3 million have a chronic form of the condition.
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