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10 Tips for Taking Care of a Loved One with Chronic...

When your loved ones are feeling the pain, they are simply not themselves. Follow these tips to help take the best care of them,...

Talking to Kids About Your Pain

Six ways to start and keep the conversation going. If you're a parent living with pain, it's easy to clam up around your children about...

Pets and Their Emotional Pain

Does your furry friend ever get anxious, jealous, or happy? As a dog owner and animal rights supporter, I have often wondered if animals feel...

Innovations in treating kids

By Lorie A. Parch If you caught our recent article on kids and teens with pain, you know that it's a growing problem. Maybe you're...

Neckties and migraines

This Father's Day, please send migraine relief for my wife, in lieu of flowers (or neckties)

One woman’s journey to relieve the emotional pain of losing a...

A partner's death leaves a profound void, but it can be healed By Lisa Davis When I asked Shannon M. Regan what she experienced right after...

Courage by Design

A Daughter's Caring Creates A Gem of an Idea By Margaret Jaworski When Stephanie Hansen first learned that her mother, Sue, had breast cancer, she struggled...

Chronic Pain Sufferers: Take Heart!

Five tips for sharing the love, and keeping pain at bay. Love is in the air and you are hoping for a romantic evening with...

Love Hurts

Chronic pain may be affecting your relationship, but it need't have a starring role. Jen Singer, 42, has dealt with pain since she was a...

Household Chemicals Leads To Rising Breast Cancer Rates

Chemicals in everyday household products are adding to an already high percentage of breast cancer in women. A new study suggests that 1 in 8...

I Have Cancer: Now What Do I Do?

When a diagnosis of cancer hits home, it may be hard to figure out how to keep your composure and what to expect. Follow...

Things NOT to Say to Someone with Chronic Pain

Just the right words can help ease someone's pain. Of course you mean well. You see a friend or family member who's suffering and you...
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