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Study in teens shows that brain responses to rewards are linked to pain sensitivity

Patterns of brain responses to rewards are a significant predictor of pain symptoms—a link that is already present by adolescence—and may be influenced by gene variants affecting pain sensitivity,...

Brain response patterns to rewards may be influenced by gene variants affecting pain sensitivity

Patterns of brain responses to rewards are a significant predictor of pain symptoms—a link that is already present by adolescence—and may be influenced by gene variants affecting pain sensitivity,...

High-Sensitivity Tests Allows Safer Discharge of Chest Pain Patients

Chest pain patients in Sweden’s emergency departments are routinely evaluated using the high-sensitivity troponin T assay, which is just beginning to be in widespread use in the United States.

The effects of resistance training on muscle strength, joint pain, and hand function in individuals with hand osteoarthritis: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Hand osteoarthritis is a common condition characterised by joint pain and muscle weakness. These factors are thought to contribute to ongoing disability. Some evidence exists that resistance training ...

New hello sensitivity relief toothpaste hits shelves

David SalazarHello sensitivity relief fluoride toothpaste with coconut oil is formulated with aloe vera, coconut oil and other naturally friendly ingredients, is meant to relieve sensitivity pain and ...

Decreased alertness due to sleep loss increases pain sensitivity in mice

In mice, sleep loss increases sensitivity to painful stimuli. Restoration of normal sleep or acute treatment with wake-promoting agents can normalize pain sensitivities.

High-sensitivity assay gives more reassurance to chest pain patients

(Karolinska Institutet) For some time now, patients in Sweden's emergency clinics complaining of chest pain have been evaluated using the 'high-sensitivity troponin T' assay. In a large-scale registry...

Study shows how high-sensitivity assay improves evaluation for chest pain patients

For some time now, patients in Sweden's emergency clinics complaining of chest pain have been evaluated using the "high-sensitivity troponin T" assay. In a large-scale registry study published in the ...

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Pain Sensitivity and its Relation to Spreading on the body, Intensity, Frequency, and Duration of Pain: A Cross-sectional Population-based Study (SwePain).

Individuals with chronic pain often report increased pain sensitivity compared to pain free individuals, so it is crucial to determine if and how different pain characteristics influence or interact w...

Prediction of Acute Postoperative Pain Following Breast Cancer Surgery Using the Pain Sensitivity Questionnaire: A Cohort Study.

Previous studies have indicated that preoperative pain sensitivity correlates with postoperative pain intensity, and thus may be used to predict severe postoperative pain. Self-rating of pain sensitiv...

Age-related changes in hand dominance and functional asymmetry in older adults.

The aim of the study was to investigate fine motor performance and ascertain age-related changes in laterality between the dominant and non-dominant hand. A representative sample of 635 adults (144 ma...

Attentional Avoidance is Associated with Increased Pain Sensitivity in Patients with Chronic Posttraumatic Pain and Comorbid Posttraumatic Stress.

Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is common in chronic posttraumatic pain. Theoretical models suggest that attentional biases (AB) contribute to the development and maintenance of chronic pain and ...

Hemispheric speech lateralisation in the developing brain is related to motor praxis ability.

Commonly displayed functional asymmetries such as hand dominance and hemispheric speech lateralisation are well researched in adults. However there is debate about when such functions become lateralis...

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