Researchers have identified biomarkers in the blood which can help determine the severity of a person's pain level. The findings could help doctors to accurately measure pain and stem the opioid crisis.
Researchers report mothers who breastfed their babies for at least 2 months following a c-section were three times less likely to experience chronic pain than those who breastfed for shorter periods of time, or formula fed their babies.
Researchers identify a central gatekeeping system they believe is implicated in both chronic pain and tinnitus.
Neuroimaging study reveals those suffering from Gulf War Syndrome who experience chronic pain have increased volume in brain areas associated with pain processing and smaller volume in areas associated with pain regulation.
Researchers have begun to work on a new closed loop system which will treat diseases by modulating the activity of peripheral nerves.