Study links headaches to IBD, celiac disease

Study data show patients with celiac disease and inflammatory bowel disease had a higher prevalence of headaches when compared with a control group. Researchers at Columbia University Medical Center in New York said compared with healthy individuals, the odds of having a migraine were 2.66 times higher for IBD patients and 3.79 times greater for those with celiac disease. DailyRx.com (1/5)

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