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 Angeles, April 21 to 27, 2018.

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 Meru, Kenya. Nutrition, 2018; DOI: 10.1016/j.nut.2018.01.016

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 pain and mobilisation outcomes? BMJ Case Reports…

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 an imaging technique called functional MRI, UK…

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 physical pain published in the journal Psychological…

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 and hit your thumb instead — hard.…

New study proves that pain is not a symptom of arthritis, pain causes arthritis

2008 study posted for filing Contact: Greg Williams Greg_Williams@urmc.rochester.edu 585-273-1757 University of Rochester Medical Center New treatments will seek to interrupt ‘crosstalk’ between joints and the spinal cord Pain is more than a symptom of osteoarthritis, it is an inherent and damaging part of the disease itself, according to a study published today in journal…