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  • Tips for Managing Joint Pain

    Tips for Managing Joint Pain0

    Experiencing any pain can be debilitating, more so, if it affects your joints. Joint pain such as that caused by arthritis can significantly affect mobility, especially since it can worsen over time. What do you do when joint pain becomes unbearable? If you have osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, or gout, here are some tips to help

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  • Stress Chest Pain & Natural Remedies to Help

    Stress Chest Pain & Natural Remedies to Help0

    Although anxiety is a mental concept, it can have a significant impact on the physical body. Our breath becomes more shallow, we may start sweating and even become nauseous and jittery. One frightening but well recognised symptom of anxiety and panic attacks is chest pain. This can trigger another layer of stress and worry because

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  • Webinar: Non-malignant pain in older people: Part 1

    Webinar: Non-malignant pain in older people: Part 10

    Non-malignant pain in older people: Part 1 from The Royal Society of Medicine. Scheduled today: Tuesday 9 June, 7.00pm to 8.00pm This is the first webinar is a three part series in-which we will discuss the different approaches to understanding and responding to pain in older people, using insights from psychology, nursing and medicine. Participants will learn

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  • Real Business Owners Don’t Avoid Pain

    Real Business Owners Don’t Avoid Pain0

    Trevor Cowley and Kale Goodman, serial entrepreneurs and business partners, share how surviving tough financial times prepare an entrepreneur for future successes. April 18, 2020 1 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Trevor Cowley and Kale Goodman, serial entrepreneurs and business partners, talk about some valuable lessons they’ve learned about financial

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  • Management of Chronic Pain – The Hippocratic Post

    Management of Chronic Pain – The Hippocratic Post0

    Unfortunately, the medicines we currently have to relieve pain have their shortcomings. From paracetamol to aspirin, gabapentin to opioids, they all have their adverse effect and, in reality, most don’t work very well at all. Pain medicines are not like antibiotics which can cure 80-90 per cent of all infections. The effects of pain medicines

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  • On Post-Workout Pain

    On Post-Workout Pain0

    When your muscles are sore, they’re trying to tell you something. It’s about time you start listening to them. The post On Post-Workout Pain appeared first on Under Armour. [ad_2] Source link

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