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High Framingham risk score seen for women with history of migraine

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High Framingham risk score (FRS) categories are seen among women with a history of migraine. But not for those with active migraine at baseline or during follow-up. Researchers used data from a cohort study of 27,539 female health professionals. Several authors disclosed financial ties to the pharmaceutical industry.
2 months ago·O' Neill, United States

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High Framingham risk score seen for women with history of migraine

High Framingham risk score (FRS) categories are seen among women with a history of migraine, but not for those with active migraine at baseline or during follow-up, according to a study published online Aug. 19 in Neurology.

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