Brain Freeze May Hold Clues to Migraines

A new study suggests that people who suffer from migraine headaches may be more prone to brain freeze, according to the Washington Post.

That head-aching condition sometimes happens when you eat or drink something cold.

The Post says researchers presented the study at the Experimental Biology 2012 meeting in San Diego over the weekend.

The scientists suggested that brain freeze may be caused by changes in blood flow to the brain.

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