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  • The Painful Truth
    The Painful Truth: What Chronic Pain Is Really Like and Why It Matters to Us
    Author: Dr. Lynn R. WebsterPublisher: Webster Media LLCISBN: 978-0-9861407-0-9Review of Arc CopyThe relief of pain and suffering is a core ethical duty for medical professionals, unfortunately, and according to Dr. Lynn R. Webster author of The...
  • Why pain is necessary
    Why pain is necessary
    What does one do when the numbness settles in, when all feeling is gone? Whereas once you used to be able to cry over a Kleenex commercial on TV, suddenly you are faced with trying to drum up a tear over the death of someone. How do you conquer...
  • Disilllusionment
    The Truth of Disillusionment
    There's truths you have to grow into ― H.G. Wells, Love and Mr. LewishamThe experience of disillusionment involves a profound collapse of perceived truths, leading to a sense of empty futility and a disorienting sense of aimlessness....
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    Babies feel pain the same as adults do
    Infants as young as one day old can feel pain, according a first-ever MRI brain-scan study conducted by investigators at Oxford University. The research, published April 21 in the journal eLife, challenges the belief of some experts that babies...
  • 'Insurgent' shows that all is fair in love and war
    'Insurgent' shows that all is fair in love and war
    In “Insurgent”, the next chapter of the “Divergent” series, Tris must face an impossible choice. War looms on the horizon, and a powerful enemy is plotting the demise of all Divergents. As the darkness closes in around her,...
  • Childhood cancer
    Many childhood cancer survivors battle health problems as adults
    While more Americans are surviving childhood cancer than ever before, there is a downside to this success, according to a new study. The research, published in the April issue of Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, found that nearly...
  • I think I pulled my calf muscle
    I think I pulled my calf muscle
    Active individuals who partake in sports such as running, soccer, basketball, gymnastics and dancing are at increased risk of suffering from a calf strain. A calf strain is an injury to the muscles in the back of the lower leg. This can occur...
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    Acupuncture available for military veterans
    One of the highest priorities of our society should be to take care of the military veterans who have risked their lives to protect our freedom. Many of our veterans live with pain and disability from their service to our country. Military...
  • Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome: When Pain Does Not Make Sense
    Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome: When Pain Does Not Make Sense
    So you recently suffered a minor sprain, scrape injury or underwent surgery. Your pain, however, is extremely intense and out of proportion to the injury. You may be suffering from Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS). Although this condition is...
  • Skateboarder
    Spiritual growth and skateboarding
    One of the legends of skateboarding is Rodney Mullen. He invented many of the standard tricks that are part of the skateboard landscape. The sport has changed over the years, and Mullen has changed with it, still riding into his forties. He didn&...
  • The inside of my foot hurts
    The inside of my foot hurts
    Overuse injuries are common in runners and athletes, with a majority of injuries affecting the lower legs. One of these progressive injuries is called Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction or PTTD. If you noticed ankle/foot pain with activity, your...
  • WORKOUT PAIN FREE
    Five Ways to Reduce Pain in the Body
    If you’ve been sticking to the same type of workout for more than six weeks, you may start to see diminishing results. Your body gets more coordinated at activities the more you do them and figures out how to get them done with less calorie...
  • Tennis Elbow, what is it?
    Tennis Elbow, what is it?
    Many people have heard of tennis elbow before, but do not realize that it can occur in people who don’t actually play tennis. Tennis elbow is medically referred to as lateral epicondylalgia, which describes pain on the outside aspect of the...
  • Sore Throat Remedies
    Fast Sore Throat Remedies
    Sore throats can be caused by allergies, a common cold, yelling and even by snoring. They can creep on you and last for hours, days and sometimes even weeks. If you're experiencing a super sore throat it can leave you losing sleep, feeling...
  • Holistic ways to beat chronic pain
    Top 3 Holistic Solutions to Chronic Pain
    For millions of people living with chronic pain it means struggling to do the basics, missing out on the little things, and even being dependent on a team of doctors, specialists and even family. Since chronic pain is usually treated with some...
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