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Study shows major pain research funding decline at NIH

Study shows major pain research funding decline at NIH<!–
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American Pain Society
GLENVIEW, IL, Dec. 11, 2008 – Federal funding for pain research is declining sharply, more than 9 percent a year since 2003, according to a new study published in The Journal of Pain. Pain research, as a result, now accounts for only 0.6 percent of all grants awarded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), despite the high prevalence of chronic pain in the U.S. Continue reading

Managing Pain with Hypnosis

by Peter James Field

Pain is something that each one of us has experienced.

Though few people actually welcome it, few would deny that it has an essential role to play in our survival. After all, without pain, we simply wouldn’t be aware that tissue damage is taking place somewhere in our body and that we need to do something – fast Continue reading