New study: Older people with migraines are harder to treat

The elderly typically experience more frequent bouts and more often have chronic migraines than younger people. This is evident in a new Danish study.
Photo: Tim Kildeborg Jensen
Photo: Tim Kildeborg Jensen
by ritzau

Older people with migraine often have a more complex disease experience than their younger counterparts.

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