For Teens, Living With Parents Who Have Chronic Migraine Negatively Affects Daily Life

Medscape (6/24, Davenport) reported, “For adolescents, living with parents who have chronic migraine has a negative effect on activities of daily life and on school performance and is associated with increased rates of anxiety,” research suggests. The findings of the 1,411 parent-adolescent dyad study were presented at the American Headache Association’s annual meeting.

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