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2013-05-06 23:02:39

Learn what can be done to help improve quality of life while reducing levels of pain drastically with tips from Noxicare Natural Pain Relief Washington, District of Columbia (PRWEB) May 06, 2013 In today's stressful world, it's hard to find the time to deal with pain. Instead, some may try to work through migraine headaches, or hope chronic pain will go away with a few aspirin or ibuprofen tablets. What is sometimes not realized, however, is that these pills can take a toll on the body, in...

2013-04-15 23:03:11

Progressive Medical to use Millennium UDT to help address increase in prescription opioid use among workers´ compensation populations. San Diego and Westerville, Ohio (PRWEB) April 15, 2013 Millennium Laboratories, the leading research-based, clinical diagnostic company dedicated to improving the lives of people with chronic pain and/or addiction, and Progressive Medical, Inc., a leading workers´ compensation pharmacy benefit manager, today announced a collaboration for servicing...

2013-04-15 14:19:21

Minimally invasive cryoneurolysis alleviates chronic pain Using a tiny ball of ice, a minimally invasive interventional radiology treatment called cryoneurolysis safely short circuits chronic pain caused by nerve damage, according to data being presented at the Society of Interventional Radiology's 38th Annual Scientific Meeting in New Orleans. "Cryoneurolysis could have big implications for the millions of people who suffer from neuralgia, which can be unbearable and is very difficult...

2013-04-12 12:58:13

Returning veterans with major limb injuries Veterans who sustained major limb injuries during combat reported little improvement in symptoms of depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other mental-health problems up to 2 years post injury, according to research presented today. In contrast, pain showed the most improvement 3-6 months after acute hospitalization, and then leveled off after 1 year. The investigative team, led by Rollin M. Gallagher, MD, MPH, reported...


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