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Whether you had a chronic pain condition before pregnant or pregnancy itself has brought on new pain, these tips can help you manage it.
While pot does have some proven medical benefits, especially when it comes to pain, legalization may have some unintended negative consequences.
While many people sing the praises of marijuana and its benefits, the drug isn’t without its risks. And the latest may affect your sedation levels in the operating room.
People with cancer who use medical marijuana are more likely to choose forms with higher amounts of THC than those with other health conditions, who prefer CBD.
CBD oil comes from the cannabis plant, and it's an increasingly popular alternative treatment for people with chronic pain from RA.
As many as 80 percent of thyroid patients experience muscle pain. These are the medical and natural approaches you can try for pain management.
Before you request a prescription for your back pain, consider asking your doctor about these natural remedies.
Veterans in need of relief for chronic pain increasingly are finding acupuncture available as a treatment option throughout the Veterans Health Administration (VHA).
Our resident “try it” guy, Emil DeAndreis, took CBD oil for 30-days to see if it would help his rheumatoid arthritis pain. Find out what happened.
Treating rheumatoid arthritis doesn’t begin and stop with a rheumatologist. A pain specialist is also an important part of your care team.