The cannabis-derived substance provides fewer side effects, with less potential for abuse.
People with chronic pain or fibromyalgia who engage in low-risk drinking habits report fewer symptoms and improved function than teetotalers.
New research reports that hyperreactive brain networks could play a part in the hypersensitivity of fibromyalgia.
Patients with different chronic pain diagnoses recorded similar brain changes, a new study finds, suggesting a need for new treatment approaches.
Opioids don’t work for most people with chronic pain. A pain expert explains why doctors should consider other options for their patients.