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Scorpion toxin targeting 'wasabi receptor' could help solve mystery of chronic pain

Scorpion toxin targeting ‘wasabi receptor’ could help solve mystery of chronic pain

Researchers found a scorpion toxin targeting the 'wasabi receptor', a chemical-sensing protein located in nerve cells responsible for the sinus-jolting sting of wasabi. At UC...
The secrets of how genetic variation affects perception of pain

The secrets of how genetic variation affects perception of pain

Discover how researchers unlock the secrets of the way genetic variation affects perception of pain –could this lead to personalised medicines? Gene studies reveal that...
IBD standards launching today aim to drastically improve how we care for those suffering

IBD standards launching today aim to drastically improve how we care for those suffering

IBD UK, a partnership of 17 professional patient organisations chaired by Crohn’s & Colitis UK, campaign a groundbreaking opportunity to promote better IBD standards. People...
Discover the new option for treating rheumatoid arthritis with janus kinase

Discover the new option for treating rheumatoid arthritis with janus kinase

Ever heard of janus kinase? Well, according to researchers this inhibitor has proven to be a new option for treating rheumatoid arthritis. In a large-scale,...
Every two hours in England, someone loses their leg due to a non-healing wound

Every two hours in England, someone loses their leg due to a non-healing wound

The first national Legs Matter Awareness Week is being held this June, and is urging people to ‘stand up’ to one of the UK’s...
Hyoscine-N-Butyl Bromide may be the new pain management technique

Hyoscine-N-Butyl Bromide may be the new pain management technique

Hyoscine-N-Butyl Bromide can not only be used as a pain management technique, but the market is expected to bring in more than $50 million...
Learn how the global urology imaging systems market is to account for almost €428.3 million

Learn how the global urology imaging systems market is to account for almost €428.3...

According to the latest research by the FMI, the global urology imaging systems market is expected to account for over $486.4 million (~€428.3 million),...
Jacana: tackling chronic pain with Jamaican medical cannabis

Jacana: tackling chronic pain with Jamaican medical cannabis

Completing the first-ever global export of Jamaican medical cannabis flower, Jacana announces the launch of a new kind of medical company, harnessing the power...
Overprescribing opioids is a thing – its time to stop it

Overprescribing opioids is a thing – it’s time to stop it

A research team from Keele University, UK, has been awarded with a £2.4 million (~€2.7) grant to help reduce the overprescribing of opioids. The National...
Phantom limb pain treatment: rerouting nerves during amputation

Phantom limb pain treatment: rerouting nerves during amputation

Ohio State University find life-altering benefits by rerouting nerves during amputation - could this be a form of phantom limb pain treatment? Doctors at The...
Pseudoachondroplasia dwarfism and new treatment targets

Pseudoachondroplasia dwarfism and new treatment targets

Disrupting the self-perpetuating cellular loop of endoplasmic reticulum stress & inflammation of pseudoachondroplasia dwarfism may be the key to therapeutic advances. Pseudoachondroplasia dwarfism is a...
World Arthritis Day: Arthritis facts and ways to combat the condition

World Arthritis Day: Arthritis facts and ways to combat the condition

With today being World Arthritis day, Health Europa highlights ways in which those suffering can combat the condition. In the UK, roughly 10 million people...
Could osteoporosis be linked to development of dementia

Could osteoporosis be linked to development of dementia?

In almost 60,000 patients, the risk of dementia could be linked to osteoporosis, according to an investigation by the Epidemiology Team of IQVIA, Frankfurt,...
Survey reveals medical cannabis reduced painkiller use in older adults

Survey reveals medical cannabis reduced painkiller use in older adults

A new study has revealed using medical cannabis (or marijuana) substantially reduced chronic pain and dependence on opioid painkillers in 65% of older adults. Researchers...

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