Washington: Lightning may bring on a heightened risk of headache and migraines, says a new research by the University of Cincinnati (UC).Vincent Martin, professor of general internal medicine and his son Geoffrey Martin, medical student, who led the study, showed that there was a 31 percent heightened risk of headache and 28 percent higher risk of migraine for chronic headache sufferers on days lighting struck within 25 miles their homes.
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