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New Discovery: How Chronic Pain Changes Your Brain and Personality

Australian researchers have found that people with chronic pain experience physical alterations in their brain that likely leads to negative changes in their personality. The study discovered that people with chronic pain have smaller amounts of the brain's key chemical messenger, glutamate, in the brain region responsible for regulating thoughts and emotions. Full story.

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