Migraines with bacterial origins?

A surprising observation suggests that the mouths of people who suffer from migraines possess a bacterial flora that favours the production of nitric oxide, a molecule known to trigger headaches. Download the column

Richard Béliveau

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Many chemical substances must be added to industrial products to improve their taste or shelf life. What is good for the industry is not generally good for our health, such as one class of additives, phosphates, which significantly increases rates of premature death. Download this column.