Today for Tuesday-Newsday our subjects are Chronic Pain, Pain Rx, Military Veterans & Chronic Pain, and Osteoarthritis. The last category is Coping With Chronic Pain, and it features a piece by Sue Falkner-Wood about dealing with guilt.
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Chronic Pain was featured on his show this week. The American Pain Foundation recommends watching it, and you can see the whole show starting with part one (of four) if you click on the headline above.
New Insights Into The Actions Of NSAIDs raise the possibility of developing a new class of inflammation- and pain-fighting drugs
*MILITARY VETERANS and CHRONIC PAIN
Healing Hands for Arthritis: Massage Envy Raises Funds to Fight Arthritis on Oct. 12th
In honor of World Arthritis Day, Massage Envy clinics throughout the country are donating $10 from every massage and facial to the Arthritis Foundation. Massage therapy plays a helpful role in relieving painful symptoms of arthritis and related diseases. To find a location to schedule an appointment for World Arthritis Day massages or facials, click HERE
*COPING WITH CHRONIC PAIN
by Sue Falkner-Wood