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A recent pilot study by researchers in Liverpool, including the UoL’s Dr Jason Halford and Dr Joanne Harrold, suggests that migraine severity is associated with certain obesogenic eating behaviours.

They recruited 60 participants in total, data was collected by giving them questionnaires and using the PedMIDAS to quantify migraine severity. Keep an eye out for the expansion of results, in a larger investigation, in the future.

Click here to read more and the full text available (at a cost).

Ray, S., Singh, S. B., Halford, J. C., Harrold, J. A., & Kumar, R. (2016). A Pilot Study of Obesogenic Eating Behaviors in Children With Migraine. Journal of child neurology, 31(7), 895-898.

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