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July 29, 2016: Erin Jackson's pelvic pain - a mysterious, stabbing pain that felt both internal and external, plagued her for over a decade. She endured it through college and law school, but it was alwasy there, preventing her from having an... more

July 14, 2016: New staggering statistics illustrating the reach and toll of America's opioid epidemic seem to be released almost daily. In 2012, health care providers wrote enough opioid prescriptions for every American adult to have their own... more

June 30, 2016: For the past 15 years, Americans in pain have increasingly been prescribed opioids – painkillers that include Vicodin, OxyContin, methadone, and combination drugs like Percocet. These drugs can be effective... more

June 21, 2016: Helo Matzelle ignored the ringing in her ears until that sound was joined by voices in her head. What she hoped might be a small problem wasn't: Helo had a brain tumor. Surgery to remove the tumor was successful, but it was... more

May 26, 2016: If you want to improve your fitness, one great way is to swim. Swimming works muscles throughout the body without the pounding of land-based exercise. That's why injured athletes often turn to the pool when they want to... more

May 6, 2015: Playing sports as a kid likely used to mean there was a good chance you played several sports. Maybe soccer in the fall, basketball in the winter, and track and field in the spring. However, today, many kids aren't so... more

April 21, 2016: When it comes to treating people with cancer, there is no one-size-fits-all approach. The type and severity of cancer a person has will dictate the method and intensity of their treatment. But early research suggests... more

April 7, 2015: In 2007, 20-year-old David was stationed in Iraq when a sniper shot him in the legs. With two bullet wounds and many eventual surgeries, David wondered if he would ever walk again. He was depressed and pessimistic about... more

March 17, 2015: Multiple sclerosis, or MS, is an autoimmune disease affecting the central nervous system that's typically diagnosed when someone is between the ages of 20 and 40. An estimated 400,000 Americans have been diagnosed with... more

March 3, 2016: Affecting an estimated 5 million adults, 80-90% of them woman, fibromyalgia is a condition whose symptoms include widespread pain and fatigue. Difficult to diagnose, fibromyalgia is also a condition without a cure. Its various... more
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