Many factors in our environment can trigger Migraines and headaches. Those include fluorescent or flickering lighting, hot or stuffy rooms, perfumes and fragrances, and more. Some of these potential triggers are avoidable; others aren't.
In a recent study, researchers took a look at a potential trigger that's virtually possible to avoid -- air pollution.
"The objective of this systematic review is to evaluate the association between common outdoor air...
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