Perceived body weight status of youngsters interferes with headache in obese and non-obese subjects: a response.

@article{Cha2014PerceivedBW,
  title={Perceived body weight status of youngsters interferes with headache in obese and non-obese subjects: a response.},
  author={Nu Cindy Cha and Ann I. Scher and Abhay Moghekar and Dale S Bond and B. Lee Peterlin},
  journal={Headache},
  year={2014},
  volume={54 6},
  pages={1063-5}
}
versely, perceived overweight-obesity, defined by the perception of the subjects, is significantly associated with headache (χ 20.332, P < .0001, OR 1.931 [CI 1.448–2.575]). Considering only young populations with actual overweight-obesity, defined by weight/height measurement and by BMI criteria, perceived overweightobesity is not significantly associated… CONTINUE READING