NEW YORK -The majority of students are settled into their fall routines however for some kids experiencing stress, returning back to school could be quite a hassle.
Researchers have found that children between the five to 18 years old are more susceptible to headaches during the autumn. One study found an increase of 31% in headache-related complaints as compared to the other times during the entire year.
Dr. Shae Datta, a neurologist at NYU Langone Hospital Long Island in Mineola was interviewed by CBS News New York to discuss the reasons for this and how concerned parents must be, and more.
Check out the entire interview here to learn more.
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