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People with migraine were found to have a higher incidence of COVID-19 and intense COVID symptoms in a cross-sectional study presented at the American Headache Society virtual meeting.Additionally, people with migraine also had a lesser likelihood of using healthcare resources if they tested positive for COVID-19. Investigators assessed a cross-sectional sample of U.S. adults, 18 to 65 years of age, in the National Health and Wellness Survey (NHWS), and included 66,585 respondents - 7,759 with migraine and 58,827 without. Around 3.82% of migraine patients self-reported having COVID-19 and 1.32% said they had tested positive for the disease. On the other hand, 2.42% of those without migraine self-reported having COVID and 0.82% reported that they had tested positive. Among respondents with COVID-19, those with migraine reported more and higher percentages of COVID-19 symptoms…...
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