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  1. CR: Pet-proof your homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 22 | Valley News Live

    We've all heard about the benefits of childproofing your home but you might want to pet proof your home too. The ASPCA says pet poisonings have occurred more often in recent years - more than 180 thousand cases in 2016 alone.

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  2. NSAIDs, genetics and miscarriageRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 21 | PhysOrg Weblog

    Studies of their impact on miscarriage risk, however, have produced mixed results. Digna Velez Edwards, Ph.D., and colleagues evaluated genetic variation in NSAID metabolism and related pathways and miscarriage risk in a group of 600 European-American women enrolled in the Right from the Start prospective cohort.

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  3. 11 pain tips with psoriatic arthritisRead the original story

    Feb 24, 2017 | CNN

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  4. Personal Health: Giving Migraine Treatments the Best ChanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 18 | The New York Times

    I had migraines - three times a month, each lasting three days - starting from age 11 and finally ending at menopause. Although my migraines were not nearly as bad as those that afflict many other people, they took a toll on my work, family life and recreation.

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  5. Know the facts before you take that OTC pain relieverRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 15 | SILive.com

    Over the counter pain relievers seem innocent enough in the short term, but knowing which one is right for you and your specific pain is critical for long-term health. These days, the pharmacy shelves are full of them, and their colorful packaging and engaging advertisements promise immediate relief and a quick return to life's pleasures.

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  6. What is paresthesia? Causes and symptomsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 9, 2017 | Medical News Today

    Paresthesia is numbness or a burning feeling that occurs most often in the extremities, such as the hands, arms, legs, or feet, but that can happen elsewhere in the body as well. It is the same "pins and needles" feeling that happens when someone sits on their leg or foot for too long.

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  7. Global OTC Analgesics Market Report 2017: Analysis By Type of Drugs...Read the original story

    Wednesday Sep 13 | Customer Interaction Solutions

    The market will boost due to the fact that a large percentage of population thinks that branded products do better than generic OTC Analgesic drugs. Further they always choose premium priced branded ones when it comes to relieving aggravating pains.

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  8. Study explores role of popular anti-inflammatory drugs on hydration during exerciseRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 12 | PhysOrg Weblog

    Every year, athletes across the country push themselves to their physical limits, often in extremely hot conditions. Increasingly, those same athletes are taking prescription and over-the-counter drugs to treat the resulting pain and soreness they experience.

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  9. Antibe Therapeutics Announces Enrollment of First Subjects in Phase...Read the original story

    Friday Sep 8 | Customer Interaction Solutions

    Antibe Therapeutics Inc. , is pleased to announce that the first eight subjects have been enrolled and are on treatment in its key Phase 2B clinical trial, a double-blind, gastrointestinal safety study in 240 subjects with naproxen as a comparator. Naproxen is the most prescribed nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug in the USA.

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  10. Taking Ibuprofen for a Workout Can Stunt Muscle GrowthRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 7 | Runner's World

    Runner's World editors independently select the products we feature. If you choose to purchase a product from one of our affiliate partners, we earn a commission from the sale, which helps fund all the other work we do.

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  11. A Danger Or Discomfort? NWH Helps Women Understand Uterine FibroidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 7 | The Lewisboro Daily Voice

    For many women, experiencing unexpected, intense abdominal pressure can be a cause for immediate concern. However, they're not alone and this type of pain may be common and easily diagnosed.

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  12. A bioactive molecule may protect against congestive heart failure after heart attacksRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 6 | PhysOrg Weblog

    Heart attacks provoke an acute immune response. Leukocytes rush to the heart muscle to remove dead cells and begin building scar tissue.

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  13. What's The Best Way To Relieve Period Cramps?Read the original story

    Wednesday Sep 6 | Refinery 29

    For some people, just imagining the pinching, aching, piercing abdominal pangs that come with their period is enough to make them want to assume the fetal position and sleep until it's over. If this is you, sure, you could pop a couple of Advil or Motrin, but is that actually going to do anything? Actually, it might, but the type of over-the-counter painkiller that you choose matters when you're treating period cramps.

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  14. Opioids aren't the only pain drugs to fearRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 5 | The Honolulu Advertiser

    A 2015 National Survey on Drug Use and Health estimated that 3.8 million Americans use opioids for nonmedical reasons every month. They are commonly handed to patients following all manner of surgery, whether they need them or not.

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  15. The moment i learned my back pain was breast cancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 4 | Daily Mail

    'I assumed it was a pulled muscle': The terrible moment Lisa, 46, learned her agonising back pain was breast cancer 'It came on gradually, starting as a nagging pain just below my right shoulder blade, but soon built up into a constant throbbing sensation - as if someone had pressed a hot needle into my back,' says the deputy registrar of marriages and deaths, from Cardiff. 'I would sit at my desk feeling as if I was about to cry.

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  16. People's Pharmacy: Substituting Aleve for Tylenol solves bed-wetting problemRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 4 | Athens Banner-Herald

    A friend of mine has been bothered with bed-wetting for quite some time. He recently changed his over-the-counter pain reliever from Tylenol to Aleve, and the bed-wetting has stopped.

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  17. Don't waste your money on these medications you can get prescribed for lessRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 4 | Manawatu Evening Standard

    OPINION: Pharmacies fill a crucial role in healthcare, providing not only local access to essential medications, but invaluable advice and guidance for people who choose not to, or are unable to, access a doctor. However, I am often struck by how much people spend on "over the counter" medications.

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  18. 12 Reasons Why You Have Shoulder PainRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 4 | Time

    Shoulder pain is a common ache in the U.S.: By some estimates, as many as 67% of people experience shoulder discomfort at some point over the course of their lives. The most mobile joint in your body, the shoulder is made up of bones held in place by muscles, tendons, and ligaments.

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  19. Personal Health: Opioids Aren't the Only Pain Drugs to FearRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 4 | The New York Times

    Last month, a White House panel declared the nation's epidemic of opioid abuse and deaths "a national public health emergency," a designation usually assigned to natural disasters. A disaster is indeed what it is, with 142 Americans dying daily from drug overdoses, a fourfold increase since 1999, more than the number of people killed by gun homicides and vehicular crashes combined.

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  20. Mayo Clinic Q&A: bunion surgery; treating a burnRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 31 | St. Petersburg Times

    Is it best to have bunions surgically treated before they begin hurting, or do some never cause pain? In the past few months, I've noticed throbbing from the bunion on my left foot, and I'm considering surgery. I have one on my right foot, too, but it doesn't hurt.

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