Rain is usually a welcome sight in the Brazos valley, especially given the drought situation. But rain clouds rolling in can be a pain -- literally -- for people who suffer from migraine headaches.
Researchers have found a strong connection between migraines and the change in air pressure that leads to rain.
Dr. Paul Roquet was on First News at Four Tuesday to talk about the link and how people can ease the pain.
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