How To Stop Binge Eating 2023: The Best Ways To Avoid A Binge

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Binge eating[1] is a type of eating disorder characterized by episodes of uncontrollable and excessive food intake. This disorder can have negative effects on an individual’s physical and mental health, leading to weight gain, low self-esteem, and unpleasant emotions. Overcoming binge eating is a complex process that requires a multifaceted approach. Factors involved in binge … Read more

Best CBD Oil For Dogs With Arthritis Pain 2022: Top 7 Brand Review


Honest Paws Oil 100% natural oil from the hemp plant Made from non-GMO hemp and soy-free Best for senior dogs Check Price Honest Paws Treat High potency 5mg CBD per treat Supercritical CO2 extraction Comes in three flavors Check Price Holistapet Pet CBD is extracted from organic hemp plant No preservatives GMO-free Check Price Osteoarthritis … Read more

You are not alone!

By Ed Coghlan. That‘s the message that a new series produced by a Colorado woman who is trying to inspire and educate folks who have had some form of medical trauma. The woman’s name is Mary Beth Eversole who is developing a series of short films that will tell the story of a single individual … Read more

Women with Migraines at Increased Risk of Cardiovascular Disease and Mortality

The BMJ (formerly the British Medical Journal) announced that women diagnosed with migraines have an increased risk of developing cardiovascular diseases like heart attack and strokes.  A large study was published in The BMJ this week details the findings.  The following comes from The BMJ press release on the topic. Women diagnosed with migraines have a slightly increased risk of developing cardiovascular … Read more

Who are ‘You People’ Anyway?

By Terri Lewis Ph.D. Editor’s Note: When the National Pain Report helped promote Dr. Lewis’ survey of chronic pain patients submitted to the FDA in advance of Monday’s Public Meeting on Patient-Focused Drug Development for Chronic Pain, we asked her to provide a quick summary of who responded and what they said. A total of … Read more

What Would Pain Management Look Like if Opioid Tolerance Could Be Eliminated?

By Staff There’s a mechanism in the brain that researchers have identified that may well become a target for drugs to prevent tolerance to opioid pain medicine, like morphine, according to a study published in the Nature journal Neuropsychopharmacology. Scientists from Georgia State University and Emory University demonstrated for the first time that morphine tolerance is actually due … Read more

What Fibromyalgia and Pain Have Taught Me

I’ve learned a lot. Taking it to heart? Well…..not so fast. Being in pain on a daily basis has taught me a lot. Not only has it taught me about my body but it’s also taught me about my soul. Rosemary Lee So, what have I learned? I’ve learned that chronic means forever. When I … Read more

U.S. Chronic Pain Practitioners and Scientists Comment on Oregon Forced Taper Proposal

(Editor’s Note—This letter was submitted to the Oregon Health Evidence Review Commission (HERC) in advance of its August 9 meeting to consider opioid forced taper guidelines. People outside of Oregon are free to comment. To submit your comment of 1000 words or less, email them to as soon as possible.) July 30, 2018 Dear Members of … Read more

The Fighting Marine Takes His Chronic Pain Case to Court

By Ed Coghlan. Here at the National Pain Report, we’ve known a former Marine who lives in Tennessee and suffers from chronic pain for about 18 months. His name is Robert Rose and he has been fighting what only can be called “the good fight”. Robert Rose He has suffered from chronic pain and when … Read more