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Cartilage from the nose used to treat two people’s knee osteoarthritis

News Post || Tech News By Alice Klein Damaged cartilage in the knee has been treated with cells taken from…

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Administering opioids to pregnant mice alters behavior and gene expression in offspring

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Correlation of behavioral results with gene expression in male mice. view more  Credit: Martin et al., eNeuro…

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More Americans are receiving addiction treatment, but gaps persist

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Chair and professor of the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health Department of Health Policy…

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Want to avoid running overuse injuries? Don’t lean forward so much, says CU Denver study

Fitness & Health: The ubiquitous overuse injuries that nag runners may stem from an unlikely culprit: how far you lean…

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Beautiful VR setting could reduce pain in unpleasant medical procedure

Fitness & Health: Being immersed in a stunning ‘virtual’ Icelandic landscape can reduce the pain caused by uncomfortable medical procedures,…

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Study is first to show that air pollutants increase risk of painful periods for women

Fitness & Health: Dysmenorrhea, that is, frequent severe and painful cramps during menstruation from abnormal contractions of the uterus, is…

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Changing consumption of certain fatty acids can lessen severity of headaches

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Daisy Zamora, PhD view more  Credit: UNC School of Medicine CHAPEL HILL, NC – Migraine is one…

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Inflatable implant injected into the spine could relieve chronic pain

News Post || Tech News By Christa Lesté-Lasserre The device has been tested on balloons Ben Woodington, University of Cambridge…

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Inflatable, shape-changing spinal implants could help treat severe pain

Fitness & Health: A team of engineers and clinicians has developed an ultra-thin, inflatable device that can be used to…

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The gender pain gap has gone on for too long – it’s time we closed it

News Post || Tech News By Elinor Cleghorn Michelle D’urbano IN 1807, a 77-year-old woman from Liverpool, UK, known as…

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