Posts Tagged ‘men’

  • A Pained Life: Gender Bias in Pain Treatment

    The typical patient with chronic pain is a 55-year-old woman. The typical subject in a chronic pain study is an 8-week-old male mouse. That was the finding of pain researcher Jeffrey Mogil at McGill University in Montreal in 2010. A…

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  • Men with Fibromyalgia Often Go Undiagnosed

    Fibromyalgia is one of the most difficult conditions to diagnose because its symptoms – chronic pain, fatigue and mood changes – are often mistaken by doctors for other conditions. According to research published in Arthritis Care & Research, only one…

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