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Physical Therapist Challenges 'No Pain, No Gain' Theory

Posted 1 day 15 hours ago by Drugs.com

WEDNESDAY, Jan. 17, 2018 – Many people think if they're not sore after a workout, they didn't push themselves hard enough. But some experts challenge this view. "There's no evidence that shows individuals with muscle soreness get stronger versus those that don't," said physical therapist Heather Henry, from University Hospitals Avon Health Center in Avon, Ohio. Soreness after a workout is caused by microscopic tears in muscle fibers. As the body repairs these tears, people can also develop stiffness or achiness, she explained. "Muscle soreness is a process of growth for the body," Henry said in a hospital news release. But she added that it's not necessary to feel pain in order to build muscle and get stronger. A more accurate way to assess a workout's effectiveness is to record physical measurements, including heart rate, speed and endurance over time, Henry said. She added that ... Read more

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'Bone Cement': A Non-Surgical Option for Painful Joints?

Posted 8 days ago by Drugs.com

THURSDAY, Jan. 11, 2018 – Injecting a calcium-based cement into the bones of some people with knee or hip pain could help them avoid joint replacement surgery, Ohio State University doctors say. The calcium phosphate cement flows into the spongy inside portion of the bone, filling in microfractures and other damaged areas, and it hardens in about 10 minutes' time, said Dr. Kelton Vasileff, an orthopedic surgeon at the university's Wexner Medical Center. The cement braces the bruised or injured joint bone from the inside, Vasileff explained, and eventually is replaced by new bone as part of the body's natural healing process. The procedure, called subchondroplasty, has been available to people with knee problems for years, Vasileff said. Now he and his colleagues are testing to see whether hip patients also can benefit from it. It is much less invasive than a knee or hip replacement, ... Read more

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Health Tip: Sit and Stand Up Straight

Posted 26 Dec 2017 by Drugs.com

-- Your posture has a direct effect on your long-term health, the U.S. National Library of Medicine says. Good posture means your spine is correctly positioned at three natural curves: your neck, middle back and lower back. The agency says poor posture can lead to: Undue wear on the spine, making it more fragile and prone to injury. Neck, shoulder andback pain. Decreased joint flexibility and mobility. Imbalance and increased risk offalling. Problems with digestion. Difficulty breathing. Read more

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Insights Into Pain Relief From the Family That Can't Feel Pain

Posted 14 Dec 2017 by Drugs.com

THURSDAY, Dec. 14, 2017 – Six members of a family in Italy live a strangely pain-free life, and scientists want to know why. The Marsili clan "can burn themselves or experience pain-free bone fractures without feeling any pain," explained study lead researcher Dr. James Cox of University College London. The family can't even feel the burn from hot chili peppers. It's not that the Marsilis lack the nerves responsible for sensing and transmitting pain, the researchers noted. "They have a normal intraepidermal nerve fiber density, which means their nerves are all there, they're just not working how they should be," said Cox, who works at the university's Wolfson Institute for Biomedical Research. His team hopes that insights into the family that doesn't feel pain could help people who feel far too much of it. Moderate to severe chronic pain affects an estimated 10 percent of people, the ... Read more

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Insights Into Pain Relief From the Family That Can't Feel Pain

Posted 14 Dec 2017 by Drugs.com

THURSDAY, Dec. 14, 2017 – Six members of a family in Italy live a strangely pain-free life, and scientists want to know why. The Marsili clan "can burn themselves or experience pain-free bone fractures without feeling any pain," explained study lead researcher Dr. James Cox of University College London. The family can't even feel the burn from hot chili peppers. It's not that the Marsilis lack the nerves responsible for sensing and transmitting pain, the researchers noted. "They have a normal intraepidermal nerve fiber density, which means their nerves are all there, they're just not working how they should be," said Cox, who works at the university's Wolfson Institute for Biomedical Research. His team hopes that insights into the family that doesn't feel pain could help people who feel far too much of it. Moderate to severe chronic pain affects an estimated 10 percent of people, the ... Read more

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Newborns in Pain Might Not Show It

Posted 30 Nov 2017 by Drugs.com

THURSDAY, Nov. 30, 2017 – Just because your newborn isn't a crybaby doesn't mean he doesn't feel pain, new research suggests. Newborns display a stronger brain response to pain when they're under stress, but it isn't reflected in their behavior, British researchers found. For the study, the investigators monitored brain activity and facial expressions of 56 healthy newborns to assess their response to the pain of a medically necessary heel stick. Those with higher levels of background stress – as determined by heart rate and levels of a stress hormone in saliva – had more brain activity in reaction to the pain. But that didn't seem to trigger a change in their behavior. The study was published Nov. 30 in the journal Current Biology. "When newborn babies experience a painful procedure, there is a reasonably well-coordinated increase in their brain activity and their behavioral ... Read more

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Chronic Pain Common Among Those Who OD on Opioids

Posted 28 Nov 2017 by Drugs.com

TUESDAY, Nov. 28, 2017 – More than 60 percent of opioid overdose deaths involve people who suffer from chronic pain, a new analysis reveals. Many of them also struggled with depression or anxiety, the investigators found. The findings stem from a study that examined the medical backgrounds of more than 13,000 men and women who died from an opioid overdose between 2001 and 2007. "The frequent occurrence of treated chronic pain and mental health conditions among overdose decedents underscores the importance of offering substance use treatment services in clinics that treat patients with chronic pain and mental health problems," said lead investigator Dr. Mark Olfson, a professor of psychiatry at Columbia University Medical Center. "Such a strategy," he said in a center news release, "might increase early clinical intervention in patients who are at high risk for fatal opioid overdose." ... Read more

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Poverty Does No Favors for Health

Posted 23 Oct 2017 by Drugs.com

MONDAY, Oct. 23, 2017 – Being in relatively poor financial health when middle-aged or older appears to significantly increase the risk for developing a disability or dying early. The observation stems from an analysis of data from the United States and England that drew links between wealth and health among almost 20,000 people aged 54 to 76. For example, over a 10-year period, Americans aged 54 to 64 who were in the lowest wealth bracket (with financial holdings of $39,000 or less) faced a 48 percent risk for developing a disability and 17 percent risk for dying prematurely, the investigators found. By comparison, their peers in the highest bracket (with holdings equaling $560,000 or more) had a 15 percent disability risk and 5 percent premature death risk. The fact that people in England are guaranteed cradle-to-grave government-run health care coverage, while Americans are not, did ... Read more

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Incision Length Linked to Pain After Cesarean

Posted 23 Oct 2017 by Drugs.com

SATURDAY, Oct. 21, 2017 – How much pain a woman feels after cesarean delivery may depend on the length of the incision, a new study suggests. Researchers assessed pain in nearly 700 women who gave birth via elective C-sections. Both short and long surgical incisions were linked to greater pain. Based on their findings, the researchers concluded that the ideal length of a C-section incision is between roughly 4.5 and 6.5 inches. They said shorter and longer incisions should be avoided when possible. Women in the study were followed for up to 12 months. Those with short incisions were more likely to report higher pain scores immediately after delivery, which likely indicates intense tissue stretching during delivery, the researchers said. Women with long incisions were also more likely to report higher pain scores, including increased sensitivity to pain around the surgical incision. "To ... Read more

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Around the World, Too Little Relief for Pain

Posted 13 Oct 2017 by Drugs.com

FRIDAY, Oct. 13, 2017 – Tens of millions of people worldwide who die in severe physical and mental distress each year could have an easier death if low-cost pain drugs were available in their countries, a new report says. Children account for more than 2.5 million of the almost 26 million people with serious illnesses who receive no palliative care or pain relief, according to the report. The findings came from an analysis of data on the care provided in 172 countries for people with any of 20 serious conditions, including HIV, cancer, heart disease, premature birth, tuberculosis, hemorrhagic fevers, lung and liver disease, malnutrition, dementia and trauma injuries. Of the 61 million people who endure severe physical or psychological suffering and pain each year, about 83 percent live in 100 low- and middle-income countries where there's little or no access to low-cost, off-patent ... Read more

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Your Robot Masseuse Will See You Now

Posted 12 Oct 2017 by Drugs.com

THURSDAY, Oct. 12, 2017 – The backaches of the future may have a new remedy – developers say a robot masseuse is now treating patients in Singapore. Known as Emma (for Expert Manipulative Massage Automation), the robot mimics the human palm and thumb and specializes in back and knee massages, according to its developers. It is used alongside a doctor and massage therapist and, the developers said, "provides a massage that is described by patients as almost indistinguishable from a professional masseuse." The device was developed by AiTreat, a technology startup company launched at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. Use of the robot began Oct. 9 at the NovaHealth Traditional Chinese Medicine clinic in Singapore. Emma has sensors that measure tendon and muscle stiffness and can calculate the optimal massage and track a patient's recovery over a course of treatments, ... Read more

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ERs Prescribing Opioids at Lower Doses, Shorter Durations

Posted 26 Sep 2017 by Drugs.com

TUESDAY, Sept. 26, 2017 – Emergency room doctors write lower-dose, shorter-term prescriptions for opioids than other doctors do, new research shows. The study, led by scientists at the Mayo Clinic, challenges views that emergency departments are the main source of prescriptions for the powerful painkillers whose use – and misuse – has soared in recent years. The research also suggests that patients who get an opioid prescription – such as for oxycodone (OxyContin) – during an ER visit are less likely to abuse the drugs over the long term. "There are a few things that many people assume about opioids, and one is that, in the emergency department, they give them out like candy," said the study's lead author, Molly Jeffery. She is scientific director of the Mayo Clinic division of emergency medicine research, in Rochester, Minn. "This idea didn't really fit with the clinical ... Read more

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Lady Gaga's Fibromyalgia Puts Illness in the Spotlight

Posted 22 Sep 2017 by Drugs.com

THURSDAY, Sept. 21, 2017 – Earlier this month, superstar Lady Gaga took to social media to announce that she has long struggled with fibromyalgia. The news has put the painful and poorly understood illness center stage. Just this week, the singer announced on Twitter that she's postponing the European leg of her 2017 "Joanne" concert tour due to what she described as fibromyalgia-related "trauma and chronic pain." Gaga hasn't offered up details of her condition, although it comes just before a new TV documentary about the singer – set to premiere Friday on Netflix – that will reportedly highlight some of her health concerns. But one thing is already clear: the disease does, at times, pull the rug out from under the performer's best-laid plans. "The pain and disability seen in fibromyalgia is typically worse than almost any other chronic pain condition," explained Dr. Daniel Clauw. He ... Read more

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Addictive Opioids Common for People on Dialysis

Posted 21 Sep 2017 by Drugs.com

THURSDAY, Sept. 21, 2017 – Kidney dialysis patients in the United States have high rates of prescriptions for opioid painkillers and many also receive high doses of the potentially addictive drugs, a new study finds. Pain is common in dialysis patients, the study authors explained in a news release from the American Society of Nephrology. But these patients can't take certain drugs because their failing kidneys can't process them. This makes pain control difficult. For the new study, researchers reviewed Medicare data from 2006 through 2010. The investigators found that nearly two-thirds of dialysis patients received at least one opioid prescription every year. More than 20 percent received repeated prescriptions. In addition, more than 25 percent of patients given opioid prescriptions received higher-than-recommended doses. The use of opioids was associated with increased risks of ... Read more

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9 of 10 Docs Unprepared to Prescribe Marijuana

Posted 19 Sep 2017 by Drugs.com

TUESDAY, Sept. 19, 2017 – Although it's becoming more commonplace, medical marijuana is rarely discussed in U.S. medical schools, a new study shows. "Medical education needs to catch up to marijuana legislation," said senior author Dr. Laura Jean Bierut, a professor of psychiatry at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. "Physicians in training need to know the benefits and drawbacks associated with medical marijuana so they know when or if, and to whom, to prescribe the drug," she explained in a school news release. Marijuana is now legal – at least for medical purposes – in more than half the states in the country, the researchers said. Curriculum deans at 101 medical schools completed surveys about marijuana education. Just over two-thirds said their graduates weren't prepared to prescribe medical marijuana. One-quarter said their graduates weren't even able to ... Read more

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Percodan-Demi, Mosco Nail A Cain, LMX 4 with Tegaderm, LMX 4, Laryng-O-Jet Spray, Senatec, LTA Preattached 360 Kit, LTA Pediatric Kit, LTA II Kit, Chiggerex, Outgro Pain Relief, Ela-Max 5, Orabase with Benzocaine, Sting-Kill, Rid-A-Pain, Chigger-Tox, Numorphan HCl, Magan, Mobidin, Vistazine, LMX Plus, Ela-Max, Prax, M-Oxy, Hydrostat IR, Duramorph PF, Roxanol 100, Rescudose, acetaminophen / aluminum hydroxide / aspirin / caffeine / magnesium hydroxide, Doloral, Doloral Sirop, Morphitec, Percolone, Protech First Aid Stik, ETH-Oxydose, Endocodone, Roxicodone Intensol, PP-Cap, Anestacon, Xylocaine Viscous, Xylocaine 10% Oral, Dermaflex, Medi-Quik Spray, Tronothane, Sarna Ultra, Aspirin Lite Coat, Lorcet HD, Hyflex-650, Hyflex-DS, RhinoFlex 650, EZ III, Phenaphen with Codeine, Tylenol with Codeine 2, Empirin with Codeine, Zydone, Panacet, Alpain, Stagesic, Xodol, Azdone, Alor 5 / 500, Panasal 5 / 500, Damason-P, Lortab ASA, Percocet 7.5 / 500, Flextra-650, Relagesic, Blistex Pro Relief, Zostrix Sports, Sucrets, Wild Cherry, Zostrix-HP, Dolorac, RT Capsin, Trixaicin, Trixaicin HP, Capsin, Capsicum Oleoresin, Castiva Warming, RhinoFlex, Major-gesic, Phenylgesic, Apagesic, Phenagesic, Genasec, Q-Gesic, Uni-Perr, Vitoxapap, Flextra-DS, Ionsys, YSP Aspirin, Mapap Meltaway, Rex Paracetamol, Accidental Rapatabs, Lemsip Headcold, Lemsip Original, Bydol, Chem Mart Chemadol, Benylin Sore Throat, Panadol Rapid Handipak, Panadol Soluble, Paineze Paracetamol, Sigma Paracetamol, Panamol, Tempol, Taminol, Claradol, Dafalgan, Doliprane Adultes, Doliprane Sans Sucre, Dolitabs, Febridol Infant Drops, Paracetamol Soluble, Dolko Enfants, Priceline Paracetamol, Mapap Arthritis Pain, Paraspen, Dymadon, Promax, Panadol Gel Tabs, Panadol Mini Caps, Pharmacist Paracetamol, Paracare, Panadol Gel Caps, Panadol Extend, Pacimol Caplets, Pharmore Paracetamol, Sigma Pain Relief, Pain Clear Paracetamol, Setamol, Paraspen Drops, Panadol Colourfree Drops, Pharmaction Paracetamol, Hexal Comfarol, Dolko, Dolotec, Zero-Order Release, Litecoat Aspirin, Bayer Plus, Buffex, Ecotrin Maximum Strength, Entercote, Extra Strength Bayer, Genacote, Gennin-FC, Genprin, Minitabs, Halfprin, Tri-Buffered Aspirin, Entaprin, Bufferin Extra Strength, Therapy Bayer, Stanback Analgesic, Ascriptin Enteric, Norwich Aspirin, Acetylsalicylic Acid, Empirin, Alfenta, Efferalgan, Paracetamol Ivax, Efferalgan Pediatrique, Efferalganodis, Expandox, Geluprane, Paracetamol Almus, Paracetamol Arrow, Paracetamol Biogaran, Paracetamol EG, Paracetamol Merck, Vanatrip, Paracetamol Qualimed, Paracetamol Ranbaxy, Paracetamol RPG, Paracetamol Sandoz, Paracetamol Winthrop, Paracetamol Zydus, Paralyoc, Mapap Rapid Tabs, Tolectin, Zensa