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How should I treat tension and migraine headaches?

Steven A. Meyers, MD
Diagnostic Radiology
Research tells us that in most patients who have both tension and migraine headaches that all the headaches are actually migraines and should be treated as such. Depending on how frequent headaches are, taking medications to reduce the frequency may be helpful.

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