November 28, 2021


It's All About Miami

Migraine headaches can be more common in summer heat

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“Changes in barometric pressure, humidity, heat, produces some sort of chemical change, hypersensitivity changes in the sinus area that induces the migraine,” said Dr. Nestor Galvez, a neurologist with the Cleveland Clinic Weston.

Miami News Source: WPLG Local 10

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