New study finds too much coffee could trigger migraines

Harvard researchers found that drinking three or more cups of coffee a day increases the risk of migraine headaches by 40% for people who suffer from them.
0:17 | 08/08/19

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A new study finding too much coffee could trigger migraines Harvard researchers reporting that drinking three or more servings of coffee a day. Increases the risk of headaches by 40% for migraine sufferers the strung from the coffee can complicates impact that's study appearing in the American journal of medicine.

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