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Even before injury, chronic back pain may start in the brain Image

Even before injury, chronic back pain may start in the brain

October 9, 2013

It's infuriating to chronic pain sufferers to be told their pain is "all in the head." But a new study offers strong evidence that even before a person experiences an injury, the likelihood that the resulting pain will become chronic can be predicted by examining the brain's "white matter" -- the bundles of fatty fibers that carry electrical impulses between the brain's hemispheres and among its dense network of cells and structures. Read More »


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When Is It Time To Seek Physical Therapy?

October 8, 2013

Many folks aren't keen to rush into surgery. A study published earlier this year found that physical therapy can be just as good for a common injury and at far less cost and risk. Read More »


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Is Google Glass the Future of Healthcare?

October 7, 2013

Google glasses may be coming to a hospital near you in the future. From observing patient's vitals to providing surgeons with better mobility this video shows the potential this nifty gadget has! Read More »


Omega 3s don’t help women’s thinking skills, study shows Image

Omega 3s don’t help women’s thinking skills, study shows

October 4, 2013

Omega-3 fatty acids may not benefit thinking skills, say scientists who looked at how the cognitive abilities of older women declined over nearly seven years. Read More »


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