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Veterans benefit from pain treatment without drugs

Veterans benefit from pain treatment without drugs

CLICK HERE to be re-directed to the original article - Addiction:   A new study sees fewer post-treatment complications among returning military service personnel with chronic pain who received nondrug therapy. ShareClick to share on Facebook (Opens in new...
Causes of right shoulder and arm pain

Causes of right shoulder and arm pain

CLICK HERE to be re-directed to the original article - Arthritis: Arthritis is a pain.  Staying informed is not a cure, but it is a start. There are several potential causes of right shoulder and arm pain. Read on to find out the various causes and when to see a...
What causes pain under the left armpit?

What causes pain under the left armpit?

CLICK HERE to be re-directed to the original article - Aches & Pain:   Causes of pain under the left armpit can range from minor skin infections to nerve damage. Learn about these and other causes, as well as when to see a doctor. ShareClick to share on Facebook...
Does weather really affect our experience of pain?

Does weather really affect our experience of pain?

CLICK HERE to be re-directed to the original article - Arthritis: Arthritis is a pain.  Staying informed is not a cure, but it is a start. A new study establishes a link between humid, windy days and increased pain in people with arthritis and other conditions that...
Could a unique new fungus offer an opioid alternative?

Could a unique new fungus offer an opioid alternative?

CLICK HERE to be re-directed to the original article - Pain:   A new discovery in the estuarine waters of Tasmania may lead to the development of a safe and effective alternative to opioids, scientists reveal. ShareClick to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click...
Key brain protein may be what maintains chronic pain

Key brain protein may be what maintains chronic pain

CLICK HERE to be re-directed to the original article - Pain:   New research in mice identifies a key protein that may drive the maintenance of chronic pain. The protein is linked with mood, pain, and motivation. ShareClick to share on Facebook (Opens in new...