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Unlike acute pain that is triggered by a specific injury, neuropathic pain kicks in when the nervous system itself is damaged.
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Certain substances derived from cone snail venom can be used to treat chronic nerve pain, researchers reveal.
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New research suggests a dramatic increase in the prescription of opioid analgesics during U.S. emergency department visits from 2001 to 2010.
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The pain in Sequoia Lawson's right arm grew so severe that she could not lift it to shake hands.
France will restrict auto use in Paris beginning Monday in an effort to reduce dangerous pollution levels in the country's capital.
Nearly 80 million Americans seek medical attention every year due to some form of pain .
Dear Dr. Roach: What can help pain of shingles? It's been on the left side of my head for six months.
It has been seven years and two months since I woke from my coma. My eyelids were taped shut and my arms were cuffed to some unknown object.
DALLAS, March 16, 2014 - Scientists reported today they have created at least five new experimental substances - based on a tiny protein found in cone snail venom - that could someday lead to the development of safe and effective oral medications for treatment of chronic nerve pain.
The F-D-A says popular painkillers need to have more restrictions in an attempt to cut down on abuse.
After a few days reeling though oldies at the Vicodin Drive-in, I decided maybe it was time to part ways.
The typical stance of a laminitic horse exhibits just how painful the disease is: The affected horse rocks back onto his hind legs, trying to remove weight from painful front feet, and/or shifts his weight side-to-side.
Positive results have been reported from a phase III clinical trial of polmacoxib , an investigational nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug , in patients with osteoarthritis .
I have TMJ, shoulder and back pain and anxiety that I used to have to treat with a combination of NSAIDs like acetaminophen and meloxicam with beta blockers for the physical component of my anxiety.
Between 2001 and 2010, there were dramatic increases in Emergency Room prescriptions of opioid analgesics, such as Percocet, Vicodin, oxycodone and Dilaudid.
Her tiny daughter, only days old, was crying and shaking from drug withdrawal -- and the only solace Martha Williams could offer were her arms and apologies.