According to a new study, researchers created an atlas that recommends sex positions depending on the type of back pain men experience.
A new study reported that acetaminophen was not any more effective than a placebo drug in treating back pain.
A new Australian study found that weather patterns are not linked to back pain.
Targeted back pain treatment can reduce work absences by 50 percent, according to a new study.
Researchers found that 43 percent of patients do not get an inspection for their lower back pain.
Researchers report that doctors are increasingly ignoring the guidelines set for treating back pain.
Anyone who practices yoga knows that it is good for you – and may even constantly tell their friends so.
Women have long been told that a good bra can help support the chest, relieve back pain and prevent sagging. However, a new 15-year French study reveals the opposite: bras do little to reduce back pain and, over time, they can actually make breasts sag even more.
Despite the lack of evidence, doctors continue to recommend people to stop leg crossing due to the fear that it can lead to varicose veins.
What Billy McNeely thought was just an annoying, old itch was actually a knife blade that someone had stabbed in his back three years ago.
Bee venom could help reduce inflammation in patients with chronic back pain, researchers claim.
A new study suggests that low back pain is the most common reason behind disability in the world. The international study published by The Lancet in the latest Global Burden of Disease Study reveals that lower back pain and osteoarthritis rank second to cancer as a leading cause of disease burden in Australasia, Medical Xpress reports.