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February 9, 2017: A recent New York Times article ?How to Run Like a Girl,? explored the differences between women and men who run. Running mechanics is a new area of research. Much is still unknown, but this much is clear:... more

January 26, 2017: When Elizabeth first walked into the Mayo Clinic's Pediatric Pain Rehabilitation Center and saw someone faint right in front of her, she knew that she was in the right place. At this point Elizabeth had been struggling with... more

January 12, 2017: In 1993, Clay Walker's music career was taking off with his debut, ?What's It To You,? at the top of Billboard's Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. He followed it up the next year with his single ?Live Until I Die.? But in... more

December 19, 2016: What you might know about Gabrielle ?Gabby? Reece is that she is a former professional beach volleyball player, a TV personality, a New York Times bestselling author, a model, and a fitness advocate. She embodies what... more

December 8, 2016: Charlie Plaskon spent most of his life thinking that recreational running was a foolish way to exercise. That's why he didn't actually try it until he retired at the age of 55. Quickly, his opinion began to change. Not quite 2... more

November 22, 2016: When Morgan Hay broke her big toe, she assumed it was a small injury. Weeks later, however, her foot was still discolored and swollen, and the pain was so intense that she passed out. Morgan was referred to a... more

October 24, 2016: Broadway productions, such as the currently touring sensation Hamilton, provide audience members a memory that could last a lifetime. But for the cast and crew, that performance will be one of many in a packed schedule... more

October 5, 2016: The American health care system is currently grappling with how to safely prescribe opioids, a group of drugs that can be key to the successful treatment of severe acute pain, but that can be dangerous, even deadly, when... more

September 15, 2016: Margaret's experience with pain started with an accident when she was stepped on by a horse. She didn't suffer any broken bones, but the pain didn't go away. It was thought that it was a bunion, so she had surgery.... more

September 1, 2016: Joanne was enjoying her life as an art teacher when she started experiencing hip pain. The pain increasingly intensified, making it hard to stand or walk. The pain ultimately forced her into retirement. She began... more
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