The number of individuals enrolling in medical cannabis programs in the U.S. has quadrupled from 2016 to 2020, with the total surpassing 2.97 million
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For a minute, I’d like you to grab an ice-cube. If you don’t have one handy, try this at home or when you’re having your next gin and tonic.
The IASP definition of pain is: An unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with, or resembling that associated with, actual or
Photo credit Pexels Robert Stokoe It’s difficult to pinpoint how many aging parents live with their adult children, but there is certainly a lot
Cast your mind back to the last time you decided to create a new habit. It might have been to eat more healthy food, to do daily mindfulness, to go
Photo credit Aaron Burden At some point during your caregiving journey, you may find yourself in a rut. The awareness may come with a birthday, a
More questions than answers on how we view and work with pain in yoga Hands holding the word pain By Veronica King A recent post about a pain
My MS and Me Carolyn Hinds I’m not sure where or how I should start this essay. As I sit in bed with my laptop resting on the special
Towards the end of 2017, IASP put forward a new mechanistic classification: nociplastic pain. The definition is: “Pain that arises from altered
As the potential for greater repression of women’s autonomy grows (Afghanistan, United States, Mexico), along with racist and misogynist statements
I have not posted much about my personal health struggles on here because I liked that for a long time this could be a separate thing from my health.
There are numerous things in your life that change when you get a diagnosis for a chronic condition. There’s the relief of having more answers and,
“The light whispering down the hall is enough to encourage a restless night. Breaking sleep to use the restroom, my mind wanders, can comfort
Blackcurrants have many health benefits, including relieving joint pain often caused by autoimmune disorders. But Americans have missed out on the
It’s not hard to choose rehab fails, the problem is more about when to stop! I tell a lie, it’s more about how to make changes so these things