Chronic Headaches In Teenage Boys

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A recently released eight-year follow-up study of adolescents 12- to 14-years-old with chronic daily headache (CDH) showed a significant decline in the frequency of headache as the adolescents got older.

This study looked at primary CDH. Primary CDH is CDH which is not the result of another underlying disorder. For this study is was defined having headache or Migraine 15 or more days per month, averaging more than four hours per day, for more than three months.

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