Study: New therapy for the treatment of chronic pain
Researchers from the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) have uncovered a new therapy to help those living with chronic back and leg pain to finally obtain relief. There are many options to help relieve back and leg pain but many…
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Whooping cough, spreads in Reno County, Kansas
The Reno County in Kansas, is seeing the beginnings of a contagious outbreak of whooping cough. Three new cases have been confirmed this week. According to health officials, pertussis, commonly called whooping cough, is a highly contagious illness of the…
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Researchers find ‘exercise in a pill’ molecule
Getting all the benefits of exercising without actually working out, needn’t be a dream anymore. Researchers from the University of Southampton in Britain have developed a molecule that mimics exercise. According to researchers, the molecule could be a breakthrough in the…
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Study gives thumbs up to cardiac defibrillation implants
A Johns Hopkins-led study provides answer to the big question – To defibrillate or not to defibrillate. The study shows that within a few years of implanting a cardiac defibrillator, one in four patients, all of whom had declining cardiac…
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Mood affects pain in rheumatoid arthritis patients
Researchers from Penn State University have found a link between mood and pain experienced in rheumatoid arthritis patients. “We found evidence consistent with a common, but largely untested, contention that mood in the moment is associated with fluctuation in pain…
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