Epidemiology and economic impact of migraine.

Abstract

Migraine is a very common disorder, affecting about 11% of adult populations in Western countries. Prevalence is highest during the peak productive years--between the ages of 25 and 55. The prevalence is higher in females than males at all post-pubertal ages, but the sex ratio varies with age. In the United States, migraine prevalence is higher in those… (More)

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@article{Lipton2001EpidemiologyAE, title={Epidemiology and economic impact of migraine.}, author={R B Lipton and W. F. Stewart and Ann I. Scher}, journal={Current medical research and opinion}, year={2001}, volume={17 Suppl 1}, pages={s4-12} }