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If headache is the answer, what are the questions?

Researchers around the world are working in a joint effort to create an international research tool for understanding and combating headaches. The group has developed a new questionnaire designed to provide comparable results across nations and cultures. Headaches affect people everywhere. In addition to causing severe pain for some sufferers, they represent an economic burden. Headaches can lead to reduced work capacity, work absenteeism, a reduced ability to study and a variety of other effects that have consequences for society.
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