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Part 2: Chronic Pain is a Family Affair

When Treating Chronic Pain Syndrome, Family Matters

Bruce Singer, Psy.D., Program Director, Chronic Pain and Recovery Center, Silver Hill Hospital, evaluates the large social impact of chronic pain syndrome. He urges families to avoid enabling certain behaviors and to be an integral part of chronic pain...
Testosterone replacement therapy has been shown to improve muscle mass, bone density and sexual function. But what effect does this therapy have when it comes to heart attacks and stroke? A new study examined patients with low testosterone levels who...
The Huffington Post reports that obesity may be the major contributing factor to increasing rates of knee replacements in younger people. Researchers analyzed data from FORCE-TJR, a database for knee and hip replacements and patient outcomes, to...