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Cornell Researchers Find How To Make Painkillers More Effective Against Chronic Pain [Video]

Apr 18, 2017 AM EDT Visualizing the receptor affected by chronic pain helped researchers develop a way to make drugs more effective.

Harmful Effects of Opioids Eclipse Benefits, Study

Oct 06, 2014 AM EDT Serious side effects of opioids outweigh the pain medication’s benefits, according to University of Washington study.

Acupuncture Ineffective in Older People, Study

Oct 01, 2014 AM EDT Acupuncture does not benefit patients older than 50 years with moderate or severe chronic knee pain, according to a University of Melbourne study.

Bass Levels are Key to Making People Feel More Powerful, Study

Aug 11, 2014 AM EDT Music with certain levels of bass makes people feel more powerful, according to a Northwestern University study.

Lower Back Pain Is Not Linked To Weather Conditions, Study

Jul 10, 2014 AM EDT University of Sydney researchers have debunked the myth that lower back pain and certain weather conditions are linked.

Mystery Behind How Pain Relief Drugs Work Solved (VIDEO)

Jul 04, 2014 AM EDT Australian National University researchers have developed a computer model that determines how pain relief drugs like anaesthetics work on the body.

Fish Feel Pain Similar To Humans, Study

Jun 20, 2014 AM EDT Fish feel the pain of others in a manner similar to humans, according to a new study by the Macquarie University in Australia.

Researchers Find Evolutionary Purpose behind Pain in Humans

May 09, 2014 AM EDT University of Texas researchers have found the evolutionary aspect behind the intention of pain in humans by testing squids.

Menstrual Pain Slows Down Accuracy and Intelligence in Women, Study

Apr 15, 2014 AM EDT Besides causing discomfort, pain, nausea, and cramping, period pain is also found to make women less accurate and less intelligent than when they are not in pain, according to a new University of Bath ...

Chinese Herbal Compound Effective in Reducing Chronic Pain, Study

Jan 04, 2014 AM EST Dehydrocorybulbine (DHCB), a compound derived from the roots of the Corydalis yanhusuo plant, can help relieve chronic pain, according to a University of California, Irvine study.

Have We Found a Solution To Migraine? FDA Approves Device to Relieve Headaches

Dec 16, 2013 AM EST Migraine headache sufferers can heave a sigh of relief at least for now with the approval of Cerena Transcranial Magnetic Stimulator (TMS) device by the FDA.

Triathletes Tolerate Pain Longer and Better than Non-Athletes, Israel Study

Oct 16, 2013 AM EDT Triathletes experience less pain than non-athletes, helping them travel long distances, according to a study conducted by Tel Aviv University.

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