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Distraction during activities may trigger lower back <strong>pain</strong>

Distraction during activities may trigger lower back pain

09 Feb 2015

Melbourne: Besides manual tasks involving awkward position, distractions during activities and fatigue can also trigger low back pain, a study reveals. The study's researchers also found that back pain risk is the highest between 7.00 am and noon.

Distraction,   fatigue,   lower back pain,   acute pain,   World Health Organization ,  
Mental stress decreases ability to tolerate physical <strong>pain</strong>: study

Mental stress decreases ability to tolerate physical pain: study

07 Feb 2015

New Delhi: High amount of psychological stress has harmful effect on the body’s ability to modulate physical pain, a new study published in the journal  'PAIN' revealed.

Mental stress,   Physical pain,   study,   PAIN,   Tel Aviv University,  
Whoever hurts India, should be given the same <strong>pain</strong>: Defence Minister Parrikar

Whoever hurts India, should be given the same pain: Defence Minister Parrikar

11 Jan 2016

New Delhi: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar today asserted that any individual or organisation causing pain to India should be paid back in the same coin but how, when and where "should be of our choice", remarks which come in the backdrop of the Pathankot terror attack.

India,   Pathankot attack,   Defence Minister,   Manohar Parrikar,   Terror attack,   Indian army,   Latest Nation News,  
  Sit straight to keep active for long

Sit straight to keep active for long

12 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Have you been feeling persistent or recurrent pain in the lower back of late? You are not alone. Lower back pain affects one out of 10 people worldwide, causes more disability around the world than any other condition and accounts for a third of all work-related disability, according to a study.

Sit straight,   Lower back,   Lower back pain affects,   back pain,   Latest health news ,  
Sharapova looks to end 11 years of Serena <strong>pain</strong>

Sharapova looks to end 11 years of Serena pain

09 Jul 2015

London: Maria Sharapova looks to end 11 years of misery when she tackles bitter rival Serena Williams for a place in the Wimbledon final on Thursday.

Maria Sharapova,   Serena Williams,   Wimbledon,   Tennis grand slam,   Latest News,  
Cherry juice may help fight gout: Study

Cherry juice may help fight gout: Study

02 Oct 2014

London: Drinking cherry juice concentrate may help patients beat gout, according to new research. Tart cherries have long been researched for their association with pain relief, ranging from gout and arthritis joint pain to exercise-related muscle pain, researchers said.

Cherry juice,   gout,   arthritis,   joint pain,   muscle pain,  
  Insomnia may lead to lower <strong>pain</strong> tolerance

Insomnia may lead to lower pain tolerance

02 May 2015

London: People with insomnia and other sleep problems have increased sensitivity to pain, according to a new study.

Insomnia,   pain,   depression,   anxiety,   chronic pain,   Insomnia problems,   sleep,   latest health news ,  
Venus to sell <strong>pain</strong> reliever 'Trois' in Singapore, eyes USD 10 million

Venus to sell pain reliever 'Trois' in Singapore, eyes USD 10 million

25 Sep 2014

Chandigarh: Pharma major Venus Remedies will start selling its pain reliever 'Trois' in the Singapore market and is expecting a revenue of USD 10 million in the next three years.

Venus Remedies,   Trois,   Pharmaceutical,   Pain reliever,   Cronical pain,  
Babies feel <strong>pain</strong> just like adults: Study

Babies feel pain just like adults: Study

21 Apr 2015

London: When exposed to pain, the brain of babies "lights up" in a very way similar to adults', a pioneering Oxford University brain scanning study has found.

Babies,   baby pain,   adults,   Oxford University,   brain scanning study ,   Latest lifestyle news,  
 Being fashionable may cause back <strong>pain</strong>

Being fashionable may cause back pain

17 Apr 2015

New Delhi:  Wearing tight clothes or figure-hugging shape wear may lead to nerve compression in your back and also restrict your hip bone movement, putting pressure on your spine and leading to backache, says an expert.Suraj Bafna, spine consultant at Qi Spine Clinic, lists a few back pain culprits:

fashion tips,   back pain,   skirts,   jeans,   high heels,   necklace,   hairstyle,   Lastest fashion news,   ,  

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