NEW YORK — By now most students are settling into their fall routines, but for some children, the stress of going back to school can be a real headache.
Researchers found children between the ages of 5-18 years old suffer more headaches in the fall. In fact, one study showed a 31% increase in headache complaints when compared to the rest of the year.
Dr. Shae Datta, a neurologist at NYU Langone Hospital Long Island in Mineola, joined CBS News New York to discuss why this happens, how concerned parents should be and more.
Watch the full interview above for more.