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Bacteria Migraines: Headaches Could Be Coming From the Gut

Newsmax Wednesday, 19 October 2016 ()
Gut bacteria may be connected to migraines, suggested scientists in a new study that found some headache sufferers have a different mix of such bacteria, making them more sensitive to certain foods.
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News video: Migraines Linked With Certain Types Of Mouth Bacteria

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A new study led by the University of California San Diego School of Medicine researchers has found that those people who suffer from migraines tend to have certain kinds of oral microbes which feed on nitrates commonly found in suspected triggers like wine and chocolate.

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