Researchers found that women who suffer from hot flashes during menopause also had worse memories.
Women are more likely than men to be prescribed pain medication\, according to a new study. Researchers said the findings held true even after accounting for pain, social class and age.
A new study concluded that using sugar injections as treatment for knee arthritis could be effective in lowering pain and stiffness.
The bill, which will likely be signed by the state's governor, will allow patients with a terminal illness to receive lethal doses of prescription medicine if they so choose.
People can feel pain just by witnessing others in agony, according to a new study.
A new study reports that even a little bit of added exercise can decrease a woman's risk of kidney stones.
Physician T.E. Holt M.D. lists six symtoms men should never ignore.
Kids with behavioral problems often show reduced neural responses when shown images of others in pain, putting them at greater risk for later adult psychopathy.
Researchers do not know why this link between alcohol and rheumatoid arthritis exists.
Vitamins may help ease symptoms in patients with diabetes, according to a new study.
Authorities are asking for help from the public in order to identify a woman who impersonated a nurse in order to steal pain medication.
A study found that psychopathic prisoners were neurologically hardwired to not feel empathy towards others.
A pill of marijuana may be more effective than a puff in combating pain.
A new treatment called Exparel may eliminate the need for opiates after surgery completely.
Researchers discover 14 new genetic risk factors for childhood arthritis, which might help with the development of future treatments for the condition.