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Use of traction to help treat low back pain has no benefit

Use of traction to help treat low back pain has no benefit

Black women with chronic pain experience more psychological distress

Black women with chronic pain experience more psychological distress

Nanobombs to eradicate cancer

Nanobombs to eradicate cancer

Researchers call for better recognition and pain management of endometriosis

Researchers call for better recognition and pain management of endometriosis

Researchers set out to determine the effectiveness of endomorphin 1, with a painkilling capacity equal to or greater than morphine

Researchers set out to determine the effectiveness of endomorphin 1, with a painkilling capacity equal to or greater than morphine

Alternative ways to manage chronic pain

Alternative ways to manage chronic pain

New option for treatment of lower back pain

New option for treatment of lower back pain

Acupuncture relieves symptoms of fibromyalgia

Acupuncture relieves symptoms of fibromyalgia

Knee pain more often part of a package of aches and pains

Knee pain more often part of a package of aches and pains

Acetaminophen, when taken as directed, is safe for patients with liver disease

Acetaminophen, when taken as directed, is safe for patients with liver disease

Video games can be useful in health care and research

Video games can be useful in health care and research

At the end of life hospices better option for the elderly than nursing homes

At the end of life hospices better option for the elderly than nursing homes

Hospice referral rates increase with intervention

Hospice referral rates increase with intervention

Helping children deal with chronic pain

Helping children deal with chronic pain

It's the truth - pain hurts women more than men

It's the truth - pain hurts women more than men

Canada first country to approve cannabis based painkiller

Canada first country to approve cannabis based painkiller

Survey highlights need for primary care guidance on NSAID use

Survey highlights need for primary care guidance on NSAID use

Study suggests continuous NSAID treatment more effectively reduces X-Ray progression than intermittent treatment

Study suggests continuous NSAID treatment more effectively reduces X-Ray progression than intermittent treatment

Narcotic medications can safely and effectively ease severe, chronic pain in older people

Narcotic medications can safely and effectively ease severe, chronic pain in older people

Narcotic medications can safely and effectively ease severe, chronic pain in older people

Narcotic medications can safely and effectively ease severe, chronic pain in older people