Dr. Santoro’s Research: Women with Migraines More Likely to Suffer Strokes & Heart Attacks

Her study was cited in an article on why women suffer more migraines than men

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In an article published at Medical Daily, Dr. Nanette Santoro shared her expertise on why migraines affect more women than men. Her research examined the connection found between women who suffer from migraines and the increased likelihood they will have heart attacks or strokes.

Dr. Santoro states in the article, “Women whose migraines are influenced by their hormone fluctuations — and most are — are just going to have more headaches than a man who does not experience hormone fluctuations.”

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