About half of patients who have a whiplash injury end up with persistent long-lasting pain, which often can’t be explained by medical reasoning. Ongoing research has focused on why some people develop chronic symptoms while others do
An analysis of data from a 2011 study has reported a high prevalence of pain in the population of American senior citizens.
Over 52% of adults in the U.S. aged 65 to 69 reported having bothersome pain in
Patients with chronic pain wary of smoking pot could still benefit from the pain-alleviating effects of marijuana by taking oral tablets.
In fact, marijuana pills may provide better pain relief than smoking, according to a new study published
A new study adds to that evidence that certain women feel pain more acutely than others. The study found that women with a history of abuse or mood disorders related to their menstrual cycle have a decreased
More than one in ten people who have had an ischemic stroke will develop new chronic pain, leading to an increased risk of declining cognition and function.
In a large clinical trial, researchers evaluated prevention measures for recurrent
New research suggests that more families are turning to chiropractic to help their children improve their health. A recent study from the journal Pediatrics surveyed 900 parents of children with various chronic conditions.
In one group of parents,
If a drop in temperature makes your pain levels soar, you’re not alone: many people with chronic pain conditions like arthritis and fibromyalgia find that their symptoms worsen during the winter.
We don’t know exactly why cold weather