Tension Type Headache
The effect of aerobic exercise in reducing migraine-associated burden in individuals with comorbid tension-type headache and neck pain may not be mediated by an effect on nociceptive pathways.
Despite its prevalence, tension-type headache is often complicated by overlapping symptoms and a weak understanding of tension-type headache etiology.
Fetal growth restriction is associated with an elevated risk of migraine in adult men, but not women.
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