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Nanoparticle That Mimics Salmonella Counteracts Chemotherapy Resistance, Protein’s Role in Cell Division, A Novel MRI Method, and MORE in the Cancer News Source

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Diabetes, IVD, intevertebral disc degeneration, Type 2 Diabetes, Diet, age, high-fat, processed foods, Deepak Vashishth, James Iatridis, Rensselaer, Biotechnology

Diet and Back Pain: What’s the Link?

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In a collaboration between Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, researchers are exploring the link between diet, obesity-linked Type 2 diabetes, and intervertebral disc degeneration.

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fracking, Migraine, Fatigue, Sinusitus

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pain care, Medical Marijuana, cannabis research

Smoking Marijuana Provides More Pain Relief for Men Than Women

Researchers from Columbia University Medical Center found that men had greater pain relief than women after smoking marijuana. “These findings come at a time when more people, including women, are turning to the use of medical cannabis for pain relief,” said Ziva Cooper, PhD, one of the authors...

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pain, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Opioid Addiction, opioid overdose, drug developmnt

Researchers Develop Safer Opioid Painkiller From Scratch

An international team of researchers has developed a new opioid drug candidate that blocks pain without triggering the dangerous side effects of current prescription painkillers. Their secret? Starting from scratch — with computational techniques that let them explore more than four trillion different chemical interactions.

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Obgyn, Acetaminophen, Pain Relief, Pregnancy, Behavioral Problems

UCLA OB/GYN expert offers comment on new study that looks at acetaminophen use during pregnancy and behavioral problems in children

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ASRA, Bonica, Anesthesia, Regional Anesthesia, Chronic Pain, Pain Medicine, CME

Honorio Benzon Receives ASRA’s Prestigious John Bonica Lectureship for 2016

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Honorio T. Benzon, MD, has been named the 2016 John J. Bonica Award recipient by the American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine (ASRA). The award is named for John J. Bonica, MD, who championed the collaboration of multidisciplinary specialists in the evaluation and treatment of patients with pain. Awardees embody the ideals of John Bonica and his passion for pain medicine as manifested through their contributions to research, teaching, and clinical practice.

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UAB Medicine to Host Annual Pain Symposium

UAB presents New Frontiers of Pain Research in the 21st Century, Oct. 14-15.

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University Health Network, anesthesia and pain management, Anesthesia, Institute For Clinical Evaluative Sciences, Journal of the American Medical Association – Surgery, Journal of the American Medical Association, Dr. Neilesh Soneji, Toronto Western Hospital, Research, Pain Research, Opioid use, opioid after surgery, surgery and opioid, patient health

Patients at Low Risk of Developing Persistent Opioid Use One Year After Major Surgery

Researchers from the University Health Network’s Department of Anesthesia and Pain Management and the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES) have determined that patients who have not had an opioid prescription within a year prior to their procedure are at low risk of developing persistent opioid use after major surgery.

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Brain Stimulation Technique Shown Effective in Phantom Limb Pain

As many as 25,000 people a year worldwide lose limbs from land mine blasts, and a new study, published in The Journal of Pain, shows that transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) administered to the scalp can stimulate the brain and provide significant reductions in phantom limb pain.

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Children, pain, computer applications, Medical Procedures, Distraction in Action

Distraction in Action

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Researchers at University of Iowa Children's Hospital and the UI College of Nursing have developed an application that can be accessed from parents' smart phones, tablets, or computers and used to distract children during painful procedures.

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Back To School, Colds, Headache, Conjunctivitis, pink eye, Stomach Ache, Nausea And Vomiting, Allergies, Back Pain

Physician Offers Tips on Battling Back-to-School Bugs

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Despite the wishes of some schoolchildren, there's no such thing as an endless summer, and a Rowan Medicine physician says it's not too soon for kids - and their parents - to start preparing for the big changes that arrive with the first school bells of fall.

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Botox, botuninum, Toxins, Neuromuscular, Neuroscience

Botulinum Toxin Study Proves Possibility of Remote Effects

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The botulinum toxins are among the deadliest substances on Earth, and two specific toxins — including the popular drug Botox — have multiple uses for treating many neuromuscular conditions, including frown lines, disabling muscle spasms and migraine headaches.

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Study Finds One in Five Pain or Rehab Patients Taking the Medication Gabapentin Without Prescription

With increasing public attention to overdose deaths and misuse of prescription medications in the United States, researchers today presented the results of a new study looking at abuse and misuse of gabapentin, a medication used to treat seizures and relieve nerve pain often associated with shingles.

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Regional Anesthesia, thoracoscopic surgery, Ketamine, Memantine, Carl Koller, Research, ASRA, post-surgical pain, lobectomies, video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery

Koller Grant Recipient Will Study Post-Surgical Pain After Thoracoscopic Surgery

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The Carl Koller Memorial Research Grant has been awarded to Harsha Shanthanna, MBBS, MD, MSc, to conduct a study addressing post-surgical pain after thoracoscopic surgery.

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First Clinical Guidelines in Canada for Pain Following Spinal Cord Injury

Researchers at Lawson Health Research Institute are the first in Canada to develop clinical practice guidelines for managing neuropathic pain with patients who have experienced a spinal cord injury (SCI).

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Cell Biology, Medicine And Health, Microbiology, Molecular Biology, pain

'Pain Paradox' Discovery Provides Route to New Pain Control Drugs

A natural substance known to activate pain in the central nervous system has been found to have the opposite effect in other parts of the body, potentially paving the way to new methods of pain control.

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Study Shows Pain Often Improves in Older Veterans

Older military veterans frequently show improvements in pain intensity over time. However, opioids, some mental health conditions and certain pain diagnoses are associated with lower likelihood of improvement, according to research reported in The Journal of Pain.

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Study Shows Distress Intolerance Associated with Opioid Misuse

Inability to manage negative emotional and somatic stress is associated with opioid misuse in adults with chronic pain, according to new research reported in The Journal of Pain, published by the American Pain Society,

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Addiction, Opioid Abuse Epidemic, pain care, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, painkiller addiction

Treating Pain Without Feeding Addiction: Study Shows Promise of Non-Drug Pain Management

A new study shows the potential for patients who have both addiction issues and chronic pain to be helped by an approach that combines behavioral therapy and social support to help them manage their pain without medications that themselves pose an addiction risk.







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