Why Do Migraineurs Have Colder Noses and Hands?

During the wintertime we all may have cold noses and hands when we spend time outside. For people who get migraines though, it can be a year-round experience.  A new study published online in Autonomic Neuroscience suggests the reason may be due to underlying blood...
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