Alice in Wonderland syndrome is extremely rare but it's real and I have it.
We've tried the celebrity-endorsed brand and we love it, too. Here's why.
Breaking down what it's like when people don't believe your condition is real.
The single sentence looks starkly tone-deaf in a profile that also talks about the long-term effects of trauma after sexual violence.
A new Yale study found disparities in how white and black patients prescribed opioids for chronic pain are treated.
Experts break down the different types of head pain, as well as their symptoms and causes.
As the feds crack down on opioid prescriptions, patients are taking their own lives, doctors are losing their jobs and overdose rates continue unabated.
If you're going to be an anti-opioid advocate, then you must be pro-something else.
Today, pain relievers can quickly rid us of our aches, but it wasn’t always that way. It wasn’t until modern scientists really understood the science of pain that they could treat it effectively. Now they know how to target pain at a cellular level, which can deliver comfort at a super high speed. Check out the video above, created in partnership with Sensodyne® Rapid Relief toothpaste, to see exactly how pain relievers are delivering quick relief.
A diagnosis like mine is only the beginning of an endless racetrack.
We want to be heard. We want our concerns to be taken seriously.
Women typically wait seven years for an accurate diagnosis.
No, it's not like having a headache.
We’re often given prescription painkillers because other treatments grant us no relief.
"All they want is pain relief.”
“I may have felt choiceless before, but I know I have choices now."
"It's all in your head" is a common refrain.
The Knoxes are helping patients understand and reimagine medical cannabis.
Plus tips for taking care of yourself.
Chronic pain patients simply cannot afford to be left out of the conversation. Their needs must be a part of the solution.