Most parents are unaware of both how common prescription medicine abuse has become in high schools across America, and how easy it is for young people to acquire pills in their own homes and classrooms.
As saddened as I am at the death of Prince, the public reaction to this news angers me as the mother of a son who died under similar circumstances. Wh...
When I first began my journey with mindfulness for health, my personal knowledge was limited to spinal and leg pain. I wasn't really aware that there are pain conditions that can affect the whole body -- such as fibromyalgia.
The scientific study of kratom requires more research into its physiological effects. It's one of many drugs wading through a murky legal environment and challenging law enforcement's ability to keep people safe.
By: Pete Egoscue Watch episode four of the new video series "Becoming Pain Free," to follow one man's journey in eliminating chronic pain naturally w...
So, awaiting final toxicology, it has now been reported in the New York Times that Prince was toxic. I can relate. I was toxic too.
The latest news about Prince is that he was getting help from experts in dealing with addiction to pain killers. Today I read that his death was the kind of thing you would expect, given his "lifestyle." Well the facts aren't in and maybe we'll never know all of them.
Think about how many people you see who are clearly disabled during an average week. Statistically, for every person you've seen who looks disabled, you've seen at least 4 more who are disabled but don't look it.
If you aren't getting the results you're looking for, I encourage you to keep fighting. Keep looking, keep an open mind and don't compromise. If you know you can do more, do it. This condition can be managed and you can live a better life.
Just a few minutes ago, I kissed my husband goodbye and watched two nurses wheel him back to the operating room. I should see him in about three hours' time. At 34 years old, this is his first surgery.
By: Pete Egoscue Watch episode three of the new video series "Becoming Pain Free," to follow one man's journey in eliminating chronic pain naturally ...
Cherkin is offering a key ingredient. Restructuring priorities from the presently reductionist biomedical approach to pain is the stock that will provide a necessary base for the hearty soup of real health care reform.
While most foot pain occurs during the day while we are up and moving around on our feet, some conditions can cause us discomfort at night while we are trying to sleep. Let's look at some of the common problems that can cause nighttime foot pain and what you can do about it.
Tonight, I will go to bed and my heart will do the crying for me, hoping that some day a switch will appear and magically give me a life again. I desperately seek to eliminate my title of chronic pain patient and restore it to just "mom."
Do you have muscle pain and fatigue? And you don't know what is causing it? There just may be a chance you have fibromyalgia. Scientists estimate ...
The unfortunate truth that often gets lost in physician-patient discussions of pain management is that pain, or some of it, will probably never entirely evaporate. "But the good news is, you can live with it," she said. "You just have to be taught."
Watch episode two of the new video series "Becoming Pain Free," to follow one man's journey in eliminating chronic pain naturally with the help of the Egoscue Method.
In episode one of this new video series, follow Steven on his journey to learn pain-free living through the Egoscue Method. Discover the crucial role alignment plays in this healing process and how simple, tiny tweaks can lead to big gains for Steven's overall healthy and happiness.
Experts share foot care advice to help you diagnose common problems in the heel, arch, and top of the foot, plus how to find relief and prevent future injuries.
Of course, the most difficult thing about being sick and injured, is you want to be babied. But your baby also wants to be babied. And last night, Michelle began feeling not so well. So for one Larry David-ish moment, all three of us were laying in bed moaning.