Classifying chronic pain as a disease by the medical community could bring much-needed benefits to people with this condition
Our own Monica Mallampalli and Martha Nolan bring much-needed attention to the difficulties of living with chronic pain and the complexity of finding treatment options
After 38 years living with pain, I've become passionate about the pain-cancer connection.
Rather than pain reduction, the ability to lead a quality life should be prioritized
After years of fighting my pain, I learned posttraumatic growth starts when you're in the midst of struggle.
Living with pain for 23 years, I've learned that supporting others is essential to my health.
HealthyWomen led a group effort of 33 organizations to send a letter urging the FDA and NIH to make new, non-addictive pain treatments a research priority.