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4 min ago | Bladen Journal
Dakota Winstead had almost gotten used to having migraines. But over the course of time, those migraines came more often, lasted too long and brought on other symptoms.
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1 hr ago | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Small white pills, packaged in bright orange canisters and marked with inscrutable labels -- Oxycontin, Vicodin -- have long been considered the answer to physical pain.
4 hrs ago | Daily Monitor
It is not advisable to eat a big meal when you are hungry, especially if it is high in carbohydrates and fats.
8 hrs ago | The Washington Post
A recent lawsuit in which former NFL players allege they were improperly supplied prescription pain medication has triggered an investigation by the Drug Enforcement Administration, the New York Daily News reports.
12 hrs ago | PennLive.com
Pennsylvania has issued prescribing guidelines for doctors in response to a spike in prescription painkiller use blamed for problems including a "heroin epidemic."
15 hrs ago | GlobeNewswire
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., July 13, 2014 -- The Scottsdale chiropractic office of Secrest Family Chiropractic, PC has announced the inclusion of extremity pain treatment using applied kinesiology to its treatment plans.
A young boy suffers from a rare genetic disorder that causes so much pain; some doctors describe it as 'hell on earth.'
After products approved by the Food and Drug Administration are on the market, the agency continues to monitor them for problems.
Am 49 years old, played golf off and on since I was 17. Never knew how to properly hold a club or really how to hit a golf ball.
A 64-year-old man is evaluated for a 2-year history of knee osteoarthritis. He has bilateral knee pain that worsens with walking.
Bradycardia simply means a slow heart rate. Normally, the heart beats between 60-100 times per minute and bradycardia occurs when the heart beats less than 60 times per minute.
Often "build-it-and-they'll-come" drug development doesn't pan out as predicted.
A Goldsboro man was one of six defendants sentenced after the successful federal prosecution of an Oxycodone distribution ring.
At a time when death rates from opioids are raising alarms, dentists are being told to stop routinely prescribing painkillers such as OxyContin to patients who have had their wisdom teeth removed or other dental surgery.
An inquest has opened into the death of a 34 year-old woman from March who died from a drug overdose.
How is new medical technology changing the treatment of pain? How are views of chronic pain changing? Could England have made it to the World Cup final this Sunday if some players hadn't gone into pain medicine? We spoke to Mark Johnson, Professor of Pain and Analgesia at Leeds Metropolitan University, about his research into pain medicine, the ... (more)
Updated: Sun Jul 13, 2014 11:01 pm
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