How words women use to describe pain impact treatment.
Is there a gender bias in treatment of women in pain?
Approximately 38 percent of adult Americans use some type of complementary medicine.
Do women experience and report chronic pain differently than men?
Think you know fact from fiction in chronic pain? Read this slideshow to see.
If you are a person living with chronic pain, like me, you have probably been examined, evaluated, and diagnosed by a doctor that practices Western medicine referred to as conventional (traditional) or mainstream.
You can treat chronic pain with many kinds of approaches. Read about the differences here.
Credit: Thinkstock February is the month of love. It is a time to give thanks for the important relationships in our lives. But those of us living with chronic pain sometimes feel our relationships are damaged, that we are no longer appreciated for o...