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Neurological perils of power kites

A 38 year old man spent several hours flying a power kite, towing himself along a beach on a buggy. The wind generated sufficient force for this to be vigorous exercise. An hour later he developed a frontal headache, left-sided periorbital pain and neck pain. This persisted and two days…

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