One-Dose Vaccine

Updated: New One-Dose Vaccine Approved by FDA for Third Treatment of COVID-19

Update: 3/1/2021 Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine will now become the third available vaccine approved by the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) for Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) in the United States in adults over the age...
Coronavirus Vaccine

UPDATED With Currently Approved Vaccines – The Race for a Coronavirus Vaccine: Who’s Winning?

Coronavirus Vaccines Update 2/26/2021 As of Friday February 26, 2021, there are two vaccines approved by the Food and Drug Administration (F.D.A) for use in the United States, with three others in the final stage...
COVID-19 Shows Results of 94 percent Effectiveness

The First Nationwide Vaccination Study on COVID-19 Shows Results of 94% Effectiveness

As nations around the world gain access to widespread COVID-19 vaccines, scientists are getting a clear picture of just how effective vaccines like Pfizer-BioNTech mRNA can be. Before recent weeks, vaccines had only been...
Treatment of Crohn’s Disease

Recent Study Shows Potential for New Treatment of Crohn’s Disease

Researchers at the Stanley Manne Children's Research Institute at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago released a study in early February that showed promising results in the treatment of inflammation caused...
COVID-19 Variants

COVID-19 Variants Threaten Third Wave of Pandemic

Countries across the globe have been seeing a steady decline in the rate of new, positive COVID-19 cases since early January, prompting many to believe the pandemic might finally be starting to take a...
Super Bowl Covid-19

Super Bowl LV Spreads Concern Over New COVID Outbreak

With Florida reporting 3,615 more positive COVID-19 cases on Monday, its lowest since early October 2020, the aftermath of one of the largest gatherings in the country since the outbreak of the pandemic threatens...
COVID-19 Highlights Ableism

How COVID-19 Highlights Ableism

One common talking point throughout the pandemic has been that, “We’re all feeling the effects of the pandemic.” And that’s true; with very rare exceptions, life is harder for everyone due to coronavirus. However,...
chronic pain smoking

Report: Smoking Worsens Chronic Pain

When you live with chronic pain, you know how hard it can be to find any relief. However, smoking can worsen chronic pain, and cause other health problems. The addictive substance in cigarettes is...
Can Stem Cell Therapy Treat Your Chronic Pain

Stem Cell Treatment for Chronic Pain

Chronic pain is one of the worst maladies a person can suffer. The constant agony is frustrating enough, but you'll also face the demoralizing awareness that your pain won't go away. Few treatments address...
Vance Johnson Interview

Athlete Pain Management Interviews: Vance Johnson

Former Denver Bronco Vance Johnson sat down with us recently to talk about chronic pain and his new addiction treatment center in Las Vegas: Vance Johnson Recovery Center. Vance Johnson and Chronic Pain The three-time Super...
Antidepressants Replace Opioid Painkillers

How Antidepressants Replace Opioid Painkillers for Chronic Pain

Historically, chronic pain has been treated with a variety of painkillers, psychotherapy, and lifestyle adjustments. But what if there was another option for pain management? New research suggests that antidepressants for chronic pain could...
Plan Your Type 2 Diabetes Diet

How to Plan Your Type 2 Diabetes Diet

Picture this: Lisa Parker is 37, and she has recently been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. Since she was in college, Lisa started developing a taste for fast food places located close to campus, and...
Coronavirus Symptoms vs. Flu Symptoms

Coronavirus Symptoms vs. Flu Symptoms: How to Tell the Difference

With COVID-19 showing no signs of going away before influenza outbreaks begin in the fall, an understanding of coronavirus vs. flu symptoms can reduce confusion and anxiety. Researchers and healthcare providers are bracing themselves for...
Virtual Reality for Chronic Pain

New Research Shows Virtual Reality for Chronic Pain Could Replace Opioids

Depending on where you live, COVID restrictions may still be in full effect. And while that’s cause for concern for anyone, it can be especially alarming if you’re living with chronic pain and need...
hurricane grocery list

Storm Prep: What To Include On Your Hurricane Grocery List

Hurricane season, which lasts from June 1 - November 30 every year, is officially upon us. If you live in a region that’s subject to hurricanes, it’s time to prepare. If you live with...
red light therapy vision

Red-Light Therapy May Reverse Vision Change

Earlier in 2020, we reported on red light therapy (RLT) as a promising advanced treatment for chronic conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis and seasonal affective disorder. Now, a new study has found that RLT...
gene therapy for chronic pain

Gene Therapy: Pros and Cons to New Chronic Pain Treatment

Our treatment options for chronic pain continue to rapidly evolve. And one of these developing approaches is called gene therapy. This article is here to answer your questions about this treatment, discuss the pros...




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