/PRNewswire/ -- In alignment with Chronic Pain Awareness Month, Mediaplanet today publishes a Chronic Pain Awareness report within select markets of USA Today in order to keep the topic at the forefront of readers' minds and inspire awareness...
Researchers in Norway found that having just one cup of coffee can help to ease the pain of strain-inducing office work, even if the person has chronic pain to begin with. This study was widely touted in news media, but it sounds too good to be true; and it probably is since the research had a number of limitations.
Report on Austrian Independent english news online newspaper: One in five Europeans suffers from chronic pain, and one in eleven on a daily basis according to a report released in Vienna to highlight a campaign for more help for sufferers.
Chronic pain has reached truly epidemic proportions in Europe. One in five Europeans suffers from pain that has been occurring regularly for three months or longer; one in eleven, suffers from pain daily.
Usually I write about topics that can make a reader weep. Not today. Today I want to write about hope — hope that a group of professionals will bring about a “cultural transformation” in pain care in the United States.
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