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Healthcare providers should ask patients about cannabis use, researchers urge

Healthcare providers should ask patients about cannabis use, researchers urge

RNI researchers to study the impact of excessive speeds on the human brain, body

RNI researchers to study the impact of excessive speeds on the human brain, body

Scientists receive $3.9 million to optimize treatment for opioid use disorder

Scientists receive $3.9 million to optimize treatment for opioid use disorder

Study summarizes treatment and management of glutaric acidemia type 1

Study summarizes treatment and management of glutaric acidemia type 1

Key insights into harnessing the tools of population health to combat COVID-19

Key insights into harnessing the tools of population health to combat COVID-19

Stretchable conductive hydrogel could help repair damaged peripheral nerves

Stretchable conductive hydrogel could help repair damaged peripheral nerves

Two Penn Medicine researchers selected for prestigious NIH Director's Awards

Two Penn Medicine researchers selected for prestigious NIH Director's Awards

Meditation and yoga can be a viable option for people seeking chronic pain relief

Meditation and yoga can be a viable option for people seeking chronic pain relief

Cannabinoids can contribute to negative respiratory health events in older adults with COPD

Cannabinoids can contribute to negative respiratory health events in older adults with COPD

COVID-19-related interruptions in rehabilitation care causes emotional distress in breast cancer survivors

COVID-19-related interruptions in rehabilitation care causes emotional distress in breast cancer survivors

Spinal cord stimulation improves pain and motor symptoms in Parkinson’s disease

Spinal cord stimulation improves pain and motor symptoms in Parkinson’s disease

NIH awards $1.9 million STTR grant to fast track new class of non-opioid pain relievers

NIH awards $1.9 million STTR grant to fast track new class of non-opioid pain relievers

Social inequities in Black and South Asian immigrants increase risk of severe COVID-19 infection

Social inequities in Black and South Asian immigrants increase risk of severe COVID-19 infection

Spider venom peptide could help stop pain in irritable bowel syndrome

Spider venom peptide could help stop pain in irritable bowel syndrome

Neuroscientist assesses the efficacy of different coping strategies of pain

Neuroscientist assesses the efficacy of different coping strategies of pain

New discovery of an interaction between sensory neurons and immune cells

New discovery of an interaction between sensory neurons and immune cells

Regular cannabis use does not appear to increase pain sensitivity, study suggests

Regular cannabis use does not appear to increase pain sensitivity, study suggests

Migraine patients may benefit from green light therapy

Migraine patients may benefit from green light therapy

New dietary intervention improves pain and other symptoms in veterans with Gulf War Illness

New dietary intervention improves pain and other symptoms in veterans with Gulf War Illness

UC San Diego Health offers new treatment to provide relief for patients with chronic low back pain

UC San Diego Health offers new treatment to provide relief for patients with chronic low back pain