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8 hrs ago | Australian Broadcasting Corporation
New research showing paracetamol is of no help for back pain has left many of us wondering if our most common painkillers are all they've been cracked up to be.
14 hrs ago | Business Wire
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18 hrs ago | BayStreet.ca
Irving , Texas / myprgenie.com /ACCESSWIRE / July 31, 2014 / SpineCARE , a nationally acclaimed, comprehensive spine center, has opened a new clinic in Mansfield, Texas.
22 hrs ago | Bangor Daily News
Many of my patients come to me with their back problems all diagnosed, at least in their own minds.
Hundreds of people flock to Leitchfield Aquatic Center every week to enjoy the sparkling water, the fun water features and spend time in the sun and open air.
Chiropractic medicine has come a long way from the theory of vertebral subluxation, which claims good health requires a well aligned spine and led to the stereotype of the chiropractic 'back cracker.'
Essentia Health in Fargo has apologized for giving the names and mailing addresses of hundreds of patients to a private marketing company.
According to a new study , the painkiller acetaminophen - best known as Tylenol - does not help treat a particular type of pain.
Physiotherepist John Spirou, left, checks the knee of Chris Kelly at the Spine Joint Bone and Muscle Walk-in Clinic at 1505 Ouellette Avenue Friday July 25, 2014.
Upon seeing the headline 'Paracetamol does not help lower back pain', I found myself emitting a small sigh.
Acetaminophen isn't any better at relieving back pain than a fake pill, despite almost universal recommendations to take the drug, according to the first big trial to test it.
Acetaminophen isn't any better at relieving back pain than a fake pill, despite almost universal recommendations to take the drug, according to a new study.
Australian researchers studied 993 cases of sudden, acute back pain in primary care clinics in 2011 and 2012.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 10:37 pm
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