Pinpointing the Origins of Migraine in the Brain

Migraines are a very unpleasant variety of headaches, often associated with other symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, photophobia (aversion to light) and visual disturbances. Hundreds of millions of people around the world suffer regular migraines, but their brain basis remains largely unclear.

Now a new paper reports that the origin of migraines may have been pinpointed – in the brain of one sufferer, at least. German neuroscientists Laura H. Schulte and Arne May used fMRI to record brain

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