The Weather Could be Causing You Pain

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By Molly Clifton

Lightning might give you a headache.

Researchers found that a lightning strike within 25 miles of a person caused a headache or migraine for almost 25 percent of those in the study.

Scientists at the University of Cincinnati believe negatively charged lightning currents may be triggering the headaches.
 




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