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IPS officer hospitalized on back <strong>pain</strong> complaint

IPS officer hospitalized on back pain complaint

29 Apr 2014

Chennai: Hours after his arrest on Monday, more than two months after the Supreme Court cancelled his anticipatory bail and directed him to surrender before a trial court in a dowry and woman harassment case, an IPS officer was hospitalized on a complaint of back pain.

R V Varun Kumar,   IPS officer,   Supreme Court,   Government hospital,   Royapettah,  
<strong>Pain</strong> may curb sex drive in women: Study

Pain may curb sex drive in women: Study

23 Apr 2014

Toronto: Do not blame her for no action tonight as women in pain often say no to sex as pain from inflammation or some other reason greatly reduces sexual motivation in female than male, research reveals.

curb sex drive,   McGill University ,   women in pain,   evolutionary biology explanation,   sexual behaviour ,   desire-enhancing drugs,   inflammatory pain,   ,  
Genes decide why you can't tolerate <strong>pain</strong>

Genes decide why you can't tolerate pain

21 Apr 2014

New York: To understand why different individuals have different pain tolerance levels, scientists have discovered four genes that play a vital role in deciding this.

genes,   pain deciding genes,   American Academy of Neurology,   Neurology,   Neurons ,  
Period <strong>pain</strong> affects work environment of girls: Research

Period pain affects work environment of girls: Research

18 Apr 2014

Los Angeles: A new research suggests period pain not only causes discomfort but it can also affect the work environment of girls especially those working on computers.

Period pain,   Work environment,   working on computers,   attention span,   overall performance,   cognitive performance,  computer-based tasks,   ,  
Researchers develop new blood test technique to predict premature delivery

Researchers develop new blood test technique to predict premature delivery

15 May 2014

Toronto: In view of the fact that a lot of pregnant women get hospitalized because of false labour pain, researchers have developed a new blood-based diagnostic test to determine whether or not women with threatened pre-term labor (TPTL) would give birth prematurely.

Premature delivery,   blood test,   labour pain,   blood based diagnostic test,  
Twitter users share migraine <strong>pain</strong> in real time

Twitter users share migraine pain in real time

05 Apr 2014

Washington: Many people are taking to social media sites such as Twitter to share the agony of their migraine pain, a new study has found.

Twitter,   migraine,   migraine pain,   twitter users,   ,  
Long hours in front of computer can cause Repetitive Strain Injury

Long hours in front of computer can cause Repetitive Strain Injury

09 Jun 2014

Banglore/New Delhi: Pain around the neck and upper limbs? Beware! It could be Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) that comes from spending long hours before a computer.

desk jobs,   Repetitive Strain Injury,   Pain around the neck,   High stress jobs,   Carpel Tunnel syndrome,   ,  
<strong>Vaccination</strong> express launched in Rajasthan

Vaccination express launched in Rajasthan

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.

Rajasthan,   vaccination express in Rajasthan,   Ghulam Nabi Azad,   National Teeka Express,   National Immunization Express Programme,  
Painful joints impact sex life: Survey

Painful joints impact sex life: Survey

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.

Painful joints,   sex life,   sex,   Arthritis,   joint pain,   pain in joints,   physical intimacy ,  
Better sleep can treat chronic <strong>pain</strong>

Better sleep can treat chronic pain

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.

sleep can treat chronic pain,   chronic pain,   good sleep,   benefits of good sleep,  

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