New Survey Finds Women Who Suffer From Migraines Want A Better Understanding Of Migraine Triggers

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Ninety percent of women who suffer from migraines agree that with an increased understanding of the triggers, they can better manage their migraines, according to a survey¹ conducted by Novartis Consumer Health, Inc., the makers of Excedrin® Migraine.

Date: 15 November 2012, 10:23 AM EST
Source: Novartis
Related Sites: http://www.excedrin.com/migraine

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