(Reuters Health) - People with chronic low back pain may feel it even more sharply if their spouses are critical and unsupportive of their condition, according to a recent study.
(Reuters Health) - Older people who suffer from persistent pain may experience a faster deterioration of memory and a greater risk of dementia as they age compared to peers who are not in chronic pain, a recent study suggests.
(Reuters Health) - Regularly engaging in physical activity, from walking to intense exercise, may help to reduce the risk of chronic low back pain by as much as 16 percent, according to a new review of previous studies.
Chronic pain suffered by one spouse can affect marital communication and influence the partner's ability to cope with a chronic pain condition, according research reported in The Journal of Pain.
According to a study in The Journal of Pain, published by the American Pain Society, chronic pain suffered by one spouse can affect marital communication and influence the partner's ability to cope with a chronic pain condition. Psy...