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The findings have important implications for the opioid epidemic, suggesting that some patients suspected of drug-seeking may in fact be under-medicated and simply are seeking more effective pain relief.
If you're having trouble signing on the dotted line, or you've noticed a change in your handwriting, it may signal more than just sloppy writing. It could indicate a neurological or muscular problem. “When someone’s handwriting changes and...
If you pull a muscle while running, are experiencing menstrual cramps or have a killer headache, you’re likely to reach for an ibuprofen pill, such as Advil or Motrin, to reduce the inflammation and quash the pain. When taken correctly,...
When you're in pain, you know how hard it can be to find relief. One option might be dry needling, which for many, restores mobility and relieves muscle pain.
Your first response to pain may be to reach for a bottle of pain relievers. But you have other options to deal with pain that won't go away.
If you have lower back pain, you aren't alone: More than half of all older adults struggle with back problems. Learn how exercise and better habits can help ease your back pain.
When someone in the family gets hurt, of course you want them to get medical help immediately. But unless it’s a life-threatening emergency, an urgent care center – not the ER – may be the best place to seek treatment.
Head pain is one of the most common medical ailments. But when does a headache or migraine signal a much more serious health problem such as a brain tumor or aneurysm? Learn when it's time to seek medical help.