Rayhill Discusses Study That Finds Women Who Suffer Migraines Have Increased Risk of Heart Disease

Updated June 15, 2016 This content is archived.

An article on a new study that shows that women who suffer migraines have significantly increased risk of cardiovascular disease quotes Melissa L. Rayhill, MD, clinical assistant professor of neurology, who said that “it is time to add migraine to the list of early life medical conditions that are markers for later life cardiovascular risk.”