A national survey of alcohol and substance abuse showed that chronic pain is one of the main reasons why people engage in these behaviors.
A new study offers clues why chronic pain lasts even if the cause of the injury has already been gone.
This traditional Chinese medicine has been in use for thousands of years and it could help fibromyalgia patients.
Researchers at the University College of London have discovered how to treat chronic pain in mice by blocking a protein that's linked to a stress response in the brain. The findings are published in the journal Science Translational Medicine.
New findings published in the Annals of Internal Medicine show that nearly 90 percent of patients with chronic pain continue to get prescription opioids even following an overdose--putting these patients at an increased risk of a new overdose.
Acupuncture may help some children fighting chronic pain, according to a recent study.
Genetically modified mice may reveal the secret to a painless life. Researchers have recreated mice that have the same mutation that allows people to be unable to feel pain.
A new implantable, wireless device may be able to block pain signals in the body and the spinal cord before the signals reach the brain. The new device could be huge when it comes to battling chronic pain.
A team of researchers have discovered that a quarter of teenagers experience chronic pain when they've also experienced a mental disorder.
The American Academy of Medicine estimates that over 100 million Americans are dealing with chronic pain. Though issues resulting from chronic pain are oftentimes treated with different types of medication, researchers at Washington State University have discovered that patients can manage pain and ...
You wouldn't think that spider venom could help those in pain--but that seems to be the case, according to a new study.
Researchers at Indiana University are working on how to help patients suffering from chronic pain, a critical, oftentimes overlooked health issue that's estimated to affect over 100 million Americans. They're studying multidisciplinary approaches to treatments that involve both the patients' perspec...