Non-Opioid Drug Relieves Pain in Mice, Targets Immune Cells

Source: University of Washington, St. Louis Faced with the epidemic of opioid addiction, researchers have been charged with finding other strategies to treat pain. Their efforts largely have focused on nerve cells that t...
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Opioid Epidemic Responses Overlook Gender

Source: Yale University In a commentary published in The Lancet , Women's Health Research at Yale Director Carolyn M. Mazure, and Yale Program in Addiction Medicine Director David A. Fiellin, M.D., called for researchers...
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Migraine Prevention Drugs Demonstrate Net Health Benefit

Source: Institute for Clinical and Economic Review The Institute for Clinical and Economic Review released a final evidence report on three calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP) inhibitors for prevention of migraine. Pa...
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Study: Men with Migraine May Have Higher Estrogen Levels

Source: American Academy of Neurology (AAN) While it has been known that estrogen plays a role in migraine for women, new research shows that the female sex hormone may also play a role in migraine for men, according to ...
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Clinical Studies Show Impact of Migraine across Various Stages of Women's Lives

Source: American Headache Society At the American Headache Society (AHS)'s 60th Annual Scientific Meeting, leading migraine experts are presenting five clinical studies that deepen the understanding of the effects of epi...
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The Effect of Incomplete Death Certificates on Estimates of Unintentional Opioid-Related Overdose Deaths in the United States, 1999-2015

Source: Public Health Reports Abstract: Objectives: A complete and accurate count of the number of opioid-related overdose deaths is essential to properly allocate resources. We determined the rate of unintentional overd...
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Injured Athletes Can Benefit from Using Mindfulness

Source: University of Kent, U.K. A new study of injured athletes carried out by the University found they can benefit from using mindfulness as part of the sport rehabilitation process to improve their pain tolerance and...
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Activating Two Receptors Along Chemical Pathways May Provide Pain Relief at a Lower Opioid Dose

Source: Johns Hopkins Medicine A team of researchers at Johns Hopkins have found that activating nerve cell receptors along two chemical pathways — one that has previously been linked to how the brain senses "itch" — may...
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In Vivo Brain GPCR Signaling Elucidated by Phosphoproteomics

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Aging Back Clinics

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