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    Migraines can raise the risk of an irregular heartbeat /Link

    Researchers at the University of South Carolina said the raised risk may be down to problems with the autonomic nervous system, which control the heart and blood vessels.

    Published on 15 Nov 2018 at 09:09AM

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