Study: Mothers with Migraines Twice as Likely to Have Babies with Colic 29502

Women who suffer from migraine headaches are more than twice as likely to have babies with colic--the phenomenon in which newborns have extended bouts of excessive, inconsolable crying--than women who do not have the headaches, a new study has found.

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