Pain

Many people never grow out of their growing pains

A new research project from Aarhus University shows that many adolescents suffer from knee pain for several years. The pain impacts both ...

TRAINING YOUR BRAIN TO BEAT THE PAIN: NEW HOPE FOR CHRONIC SUFFERERS

A new study by a University of Reading researcher has found that painful areas on our body can be controlled through the ...

Older Adults Feel Less Hip and Knee Pain When Moving to the Grooving

SLU Study Shows Dance Therapy Also Speeds Walking ... Full story

New study taps into genetics of spinal pain

Pain researchers at the University of Adelaide have launched a new study to investigate the underlying reasons why some sufferers of spinal injury have persistent pain and others don't. ... Full story

Low back pain? Don't blame the weather

Australian researchers reveal that sudden, acute episodes of low back pain are not linked to weather conditions such as temperature, humidity, air pressure, wind direction and precipitation. ... Full story

HEALTH LINE: Understanding and Managing Chronic Pain

CINCINNATI—Acupuncture, exercise and massage and physical therapy are among the ways to deal with chronic pain that don't require narcotic painkillers, says Nancy Elder, MD, professor of family and community medicine at the University of Cincinnati. ... Full story

Guidelines for safe use of NSAIDs in older people ignored

Research by the University of Sydney has found that older Australians are taking non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) for too long and without sufficient precautions to minimise harmful side-effects. ... Full story

Causes of serious pain syndrome closer to discovery

The study suggests Complex Regional Pain Syndrome could be caused by harmful serum-autoantibodies ... Full story

Can injuries to the skin be painless?

When the body receives an injury to the skin, a signal is sent to the brain, which generates a sensation of pain. ... Full story

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