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Michaela Patton Sep 28
It’s flu vaccine season! Check out for evidence-based tips on how to help your kiddos through their pokes!
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FPM Sep 15
September is a good time to launch our first Podcast, hosted by the RCoA, “Nothing works: simplifying the management of complex pain in hospitals” which uses real scenarios to illustrate techniques and strategies to better manage pain
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Ehlers-Danlos Support UK Sep 21
"Pain comes in many forms: spasms, cramps, neuropathic symptoms like intense tingling, headaches/migraines, gastrointestinal pain, stiffness, torn ligament pain, sprains, acute pain the list goes on."
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Carrie Kellenberger - My Several Worlds Sep 29
Finding New Creative Projects for Coping with Pain - An interview with Carrie Kellenberger. Many thanks for featuring my story for
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Arthritis Foundation Sep 30
Thank you to all who have donated during ! 💚 Needed now more than ever, your support gets us closer to conquering the chronic pain of . Today is the last day for your contribution to be matched. Donate now:
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USPAINFOUNDATION Oct 2
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CreakyJoints.org Sep 17
Could something other than your be the reason for your pain? These co-occurring conditions could also account for an uptick in your pain levels:
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Spina Bifida Association Sep 20
September is . If you're a person with dealing with chronic pain, you can start your pain plan through the Foundation today.
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Ehlers-Danlos Support UK Sep 20
Painsomnia can affect those with EDS and HSD
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Americans4SafeAccess Sep 15
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Vanila M. Singh, MD Oct 1
may have wrapped up, but the struggles of patients are far from over. We must continue advocating for patient-centered care because . Read the full report for our recommendations:
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Stanford Pain Medicine Sep 15
"For every physician who is board certified in pain care, there are more than 28,500 Americans living with chronic pain." Stanford pain psychologist shares her thoughts on the best chronic pain management strategies.
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Stanford Pain Medicine Sep 24
"It’s important for people to know that all pain is real. Pain has a medical basis. It’s not all in your head."
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Luana Colloca Sep 22
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Brigit Young Sep 9
I recently learned that September is . Chronic pain is an enormous challenge dealt w by millions (including me). I wrote a middle grade book about a girl w CP who loves photography & solves mysteries. Check it out!:
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Kit and Spot 🐱 / Nidsitis ✊🏾 Sep 25
During this , I reflect on the medicalisation of and the constant search for 'cures' vs efforts being made to make the world more : As always would love to hear what you think.. via
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Arthritis Foundation Sep 30
Thank you to our sponsors for supporting real people in real pain during ! We are grateful for your commitment to the community.
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PainPatientsLivesMatter ♿️ Sep 30
Today is the last day of please remember that our pain is 365 days a year. Thousands of pain patients are losing meds or have lost meds because studies did not separate RX opioids from illicit. We are losing patients from because of untreated pain.
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Princess, The Tower Sep 30
“Trying to be a normal person all day with constant pain is an extremely draining task.” What a Day with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Feels Like
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Hari Kalagara, MD Sep 8
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