Race and income—both on an individual basis and in combination—affect the incidence of migraine diagnosis on hospital admission, according to a study published in the Journal of the National Medical Association. Among patients admitted to the hospital with a primary diagnosis of migraine from 2004-2017, those who identified as Black, Hispanic, or Native American were more likely to have lower household income, while those who identified as White had higher income; these findings persisted even when men and women were considered separately. Length of stay in the hospital was not affected by race and/or household income.