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[11/13/2013] Global Pain Management Devices Market - Industry Analysis, Size, ...

[11/12/2013] Avoiding Addiction When Powerful Opioid Painkillers Are Needed, F...

[11/11/2013] Athletico Physical Therapists Provide Pain Relief with Dry Needli...

[11/10/2013] Burlington, VT Sciatica And Back Pain Specialist Offers New Treat...

[11/7/2013] Pain Management Therapeutics Market to 2019 - Impact of Patent Ex...

[11/5/2013] Torture permanently damages normal perception of pain

[11/5/2013] Rest for the Weary: Pain Relief for Diabetics with Painful Neurop...

[11/4/2013] Pleasure and pain brain signals disrupted in fibromyalgia patient...

[11/4/2013] NYC Pain Management Specialist Talks Trigger Points

[11/4/2013] Pain Management Devices Market (Electrical Stimulators, Radiofreq...

[11/4/2013] BD Rx Announces FDA Approval of High-Demand Injectable for Pain M...

[11/1/2013] Addiction and Mental Health Expert Ben Brafman Weighs in on FDA P...

[11/1/2013] Congenital blindness results in lower thermal pain thresholds

[10/31/2013] Long-term use of prescription-based painkillers increases the ris...

[10/31/2013] Scientists modify Botox for the treatment of pain

[10/30/2013] Erchonia XLR8 Laser Granted FDA Clearance for Pain Treatment

[10/29/2013] ER study finds 1 in 10 older teens misuse Rx painkillers & sedati...

[10/29/2013] Newly Approved Ultrasound Device Eliminates Risks and Pain of Liv...

[10/29/2013] Patients Can Avoid Complicated Procedures and Hemorrhoid Surgery ...

[10/29/2013] ER study finds 1 in 10 older teens misuse Rx painkillers & se...


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