Feb 8, 2018
Dr. Michael Teixido, a neurotologist from Delaware and Vice President of the Association of Migraine Disorders, discusses how the brain of people with migraine disease is hyper-sensitive. He also talks about how the different types of migraine triggers work to cause a migraine attack.
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