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The Huffington Post reports that there are several different types of headaches. However, telling the difference between them and migraines can be difficult. Susan Hutchinson, Medical Adviser for Cirrus Healthcare, explains, "Headache is a general term that refers to head pain... There are primary headaches like migraines, tension and cluster headaches and then there are ‘secondary’ headaches, such as those caused by meningitis, a brain tumor or a head injury.” Medical professionals say that migraines happen on the sides of the head and are a deep throbbing pain.