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Does migraine affect income or income affect migraine?

Studies show that migraine is more common among people with lower incomes. This relationship is examined in a study looking at whether developing migraines limits people?s educational and career achievements, leading to a lower income status, or whether problems related to low income such as stressful life events and poor access to health care increase the likelihood of developing migraines.
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