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Sleep is a good mediator between children with PTSD and chronic pain, needing further examination
For frequent sufferers of cluster headaches, SPG stimulation may be an effective therapy to lessen pain and improve quality of life.
Chronic back pain symptoms that mimic restless legs syndrome may be "restless back" and treatable with dopaminergic drugs.
Patients with chronic pelvic pain experienced less pain severity, improved quality of life, and lower health care utilization at an interdisciplinary treatment center.
The FDA reports of opioid compounds found in kratom, underscoring its health risk as an addiction treatment.
Perfectionism appears linked to teens’ chronic pain-related dysfunction, requiring appropriate therapy to address fear and catastrophizing.
Patients having bariatric surgery experienced significantly improved pressure pain thresholds and greater overall pain relief, leading to better central sensitization.
Researchers assessed the potential relationship between practitioner burnout and patient-reported pain relief.
The illegal distribution and marketing of alleged opioid addiction and withdrawal products has drawn federal attention.
Psychological Flexibility fostered with guided ACT therapy improves responsiveness to chronic pain treatment.
Biologics, monoclonal antibody therapies that promise targeted treatment for atopic dermatitis, are emerging as the treatment to follow as clinical trials are completed.
Prescription cough and cold medication containing opioids such as codeine and hydrocodone to be indicated only for those over age 18.
Patients with diagnosed intractable pain will now qualify for medical cannabis treatment in Illinois.
In an effort to reduce opioid misuse and deter abuse, CDC clarifies dosing thresholds listed in its 2016 Guidelines are not meant for addiction treatment.
GSK and NeuroMetrix collaborate on global efforts to expand wearable technology for chronic pain relief.
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