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Neuroscientists are investigating how light triggers and exacerbates migraines.
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Michael Rogawski discusses the similarities between migraine attacks and epileptic seizures and what they might mean for treating the two conditions.
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Although there are no pain-sensing fibers located in the brain, these fibers are present in nearby tissues. When they become activated, a headache can occur.
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Migraines are more than ordinary headaches, but neuroscientists are still investigating how and why they happen.
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