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Eat to Beat Migraines

Migraines and severe headaches are one of the most debilitating—and common—ailments in the United States. A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) survey found that 20 percent of women and almost 10 percent of men reported having a severe headache or migraine in a three-month period. If you’re one of them, put some relief right on your plate with these seven foods that ease headache pain.

1 Cherries

This sweet fruit contains an array of polyphenol antioxidants shown to reduce inflammation, a major contributing factor in many headaches and migraines. Several studies have found reduced antioxidant activity and

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