New research suggests some migraine sufferers have a higher risk of dying from heart disease and stroke.
The study from the University of Iceland followed over 18,000 men and women for 26 years.
Researchers found those who had migraines with aura, or vision problems during their headaches, were at an increased risk of dying from all causes, as well as heart attack and stroke.
There was no such risk for those with migraines without aura.
Despite this new evidence, researchers stress migraine sufferers are still at a low risk for heart-disease related death.
Eating too much and exercising too little, even for just a short time, can have long lasting effects on your health.
A new study finds those who took in 70 percent more calories without exercising for just one month, had increased weight and fat mass more than two years later, compared to their peers.
Swedish researchers say the combination of too many calories with little exercise can actually change a person's physiology, making it harder to lose and keep off weight.