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Study: Lightning Could Cause Migraines

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January 30, 2013
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Research is finding that there may be a link between lightning and migraines. The reason could be changes to the air's ionic charges from a lightning strike affecting a person's brain, giving them a migraine. But the scientists admit more research needs to be done. Patrick Jones has the story.


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