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Pediatric headaches are common. Thankfully the bad etiologies are rare. Having a consistent approach to the history and physical exam is essential to helping the clinician distinguish between the common, benign etiologies and the bad, rarer etiologies. Looking for the redflags in your history and exam will help make appropriate decisions on further workup and treatment.