Ending the opioid epidemic requires addressing not only treatment gaps in addiction and overdose, but also inadequate pain management.
In children’s media, pain is depicted alarmingly frequently, usually unrealistically and often violently, but without empathy or help. These images of pain send all the wrong messages.
New research suggests people who are experiencing physical pain are willing to spend more money than they otherwise would.
New research shows yoga can improve back and neck pain, but can put strain on the body in some poses.
Unrelieved pain contributes more to human suffering than any other disease.
Could the future of pain relief be all about virtual reality games and clinics designed to promote certain sounds and colours?
Why are so many people in dire need of pain relief unable to access the powerful painkillers that are so commonly prescribed in the United States?
Pain scientists are reasonably agreed that pain is an unpleasant feeling in our body that makes us want to stop and change our behaviour.