How a surprising solution to surgical complications helped a business director process her grief and embrace a new calling to help others heal themselves.
A new international study reveals how healthcare providers treat patient’s pain may depend on that patient’s socioeconomic status.
To what extent are healthcare providers equipped to assess nuance in the experiences of pain among nonverbal children?
From Rooted in Rights: "Not only has the opioid epidemic and the media coverage of it made many people more suspicious of pain patients who...
Experiencing moderate to severe pain, or having at least moderate life interference from pain, doubles risk for anxiety or depression.
Contrary to widely-held belief, a new rigorous trial finds that ketamine is ineffective for delirium and pain associated with surgery, and the drug carries harmful side effects.
False beliefs about biological differences between races are associated with a failure to provide recommended pain treatments to Black people.
From The Atlantic: Throughout history, doctors have often stigmatized and discounted patients suffering from pain without visible injury. The rise of X-rays and other "objective"...
Researchers find that patients are prescribed more pills than necessary after common surgical procedures