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Headaches and Migraines

Headaches and Migraines
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Cluster Headaches
Cluster headaches occur in groups, or clusters, and individual attacks last one to three hours on average. They may occur every other day—or several times a day.


Pediatric Health Library

Headaches in Children
Many headaches in children may be caused by tight muscles and dilated blood vessels in the head. Other headaches may be caused by an actual problem, such as a tumor or malformation of the brain, although this is much less common.


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Headaches Common in Children

More than 10 million American children between ages 5 and 17 -- or 20 percent of all young people -- experience chronic headaches, according to the National Headache Foundation. Children with tension-type headaches and migraines usually can benefit from non-drug treatments, such as biofeedback.


 

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