29 Mar 2014
London: A good night's sleep is what chronic pain sufferers must first aspire to achieve before engaging in physical activity, which is a key treatment process in pain management.
26 Mar 2014
London: Lower back pain has emerged as the biggest cause of global disability in a study based on data of ill health and disability arising from all health conditions in 187 countries.
18 Feb 2014
Los Angeles: Painful joints have become a bigger and more real reason than the good old excuse of "having a headache" for people abstaining from physical intimacy, according to new research.
15 Feb 2014
Melbourne: Scientists have developed a version of the love hormone oxytocin that can treat chronic abdominal pain associated with conditions such as irritable bowel syndrome.
02 Aug 2013
Jaipur: A mobile health care system which will help vaccinate children at their doorstep to protect them from life-threatening diseases was launched on Thursday in Rajasthan's Alwar, by Health and Family Welfare Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad.
27 Dec 2013
Washington: Mixing a right cocktail of proteins can help develop a safer and effective malaria vaccine, researchers led by an Indian-origin scientist say.
02 Jul 2013
Animal welfare organizations in Goa are coming together for 'Mission Rabies', an all India mass canine vaccination drive, which is scheduled to begin in the coastal state from September 1.
30 Apr 2014
New Delhi: Threatened with a ban by the administrators and labelled as an enfant terrible by her detractors, ace shuttler Jwala Gutta says such has been the ‘hurt and pain’ of the last six months that she has not been able to celebrate her bronze medal at the recent Asian Badminton Championships to the fullest.
22 Feb 2014
London: People suffering from arthritis can reduce pain by 90 percent with a drug-free compound derived from rose-hip, the fruit of the rose plant, new research indicates.
15 Jan 2014
Washington: Your grey matter really does matter! Brain structure is linked to how intensely someone perceives pain, according to a new study. Scientists at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center investigated the relationship between the amount of grey matter and individual differences in pain sensitivity in 116 healthy volunteers.