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Modest Alcohol Consumption Is Associated With Lower Pain Prevalence and Disability Levels

September 2014

Paris—Moderate alcohol consumption is associated with a lower prevalence of chronic widespread pain (CWP) and strongly associated with lower disability levels in people with CWP, according to a large population-based study ...
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  • Modest Alcohol Consumption Is Associated With Lower Pain ...

    September 2014

    Paris—Moderate alcohol consumption is associated with a lower prevalence of chronic widespread pain (CWP) and strongly associated with lower disability levels in people with CWP, according to a large population-based study ...
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  • Knee Surgery: No Benefits in Mild Osteoarthritis

    September 2014


    Arthroscopic surgery might not be beneficial for middle-aged patients with mild or no osteoarthritis of the knee, a new study suggests.
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  • On the Map

    September 2014

    After conducting a systematic literature review and analysis, researchers found that analgesics were associated with a significantly higher risk for medication-overuse headache (MOH) than triptans, ergotamines or opioids.
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