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Migraines in Mom Could Be Connected to Colic in Baby

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A new study shows mothers who suffer from migraines are more likely to have colicky babies.

California researchers studied more than a 150 new mothers and found those who had migraines were more than twice as likely to have babies with colic.

Scientists say their findings suggest colic may be an early symptom of migraines.

Now they're trying to determine if reducing stimulation may help crying babies similar to how reducing light and noise helps ease headaches.