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Headaches in Children and Teens

Headaches in Children and Teens

Headaches are very common in children. Most of the time, they are not serious and should respond to simple treatments.

If your child is having headaches, this decision guide will help you sort out the possible causes and treatments.

Please remember that this decision guide in no way replaces a call or visit to the doctor.

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