Tag: Pain

Gluten Correlated with Neuropathic Pain

Gluten Correlated with Neuropathic Pain Researchers observed people who were following a gluten-free diet were dramatically more likely to be free of pain Gluten Neuropathy: Prevalence of Pain and the Role of Gluten-Free Diet. To be presented at the American Academy of Neurology’s 70th Annual Meeting in Los […]

MSG Correlated with Chronic Pain

MSG Correlated with Chronic Pain In a new pilot study in chronic pain sufferers, hydration in combination with replacing MSG as a spice resulted in an equal to or greater than a 30% reduction of pain in two weeks outperforming   acetaminophen. Dietary correlates of chronic widespread pain in […]

Total Pain Remission with Cold Open Water Swim

Total Pain Remission with Cold Open Water Swim A short, sharp, cold water swim may offer an alternative to strong painkillers and physiotherapy to relieve severe persistent pain after surgery, suggest doctors in the journal BMJ Case Reports. Cold forced open-water swimming: a natural intervention to improve postoperative […]

The brain may feel other people’s pain

2009 study posted for filing   By Amy Norton Amy Norton   NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – If you’ve ever thought that you literally feel other people’s pain, you may be right. A brain-imaging study suggests that some people have true physical reactions to others’ injuries.   Using […]

Rich people don’t need friends

2009 study posted for filing Contact: Steve Pogonowski steve.pogonowski@f1000.com Faculty of 1000: Biology and Medicine In a paper evaluated by f1000 Medicine, six studies tested relationships between reminders of money, social exclusion and physical pain. In The symbolic power of money: reminders of money alter social distress and […]

Active ingredients in marijuana found to spread and prolong pain : Transforms transient normal pain into persistent chronic pain

2009 study posted for filing Contact: Jim Kelly jpkelly@utmb.edu 409-772-8791 University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston Research has implications for medical use of drug and concepts of chronic pain GALVESTON, Texas — Imagine that you’re working on your back porch, hammering in a nail. Suddenly you slip […]