Women prescribed long- vs short-term opioids for chronic musculoskeletal pain may be at increased risk for menopause and abnormal menstruation.
Reproductive Dysfunction Risk in Women Taking Long-Term Opioids for Musculoskeletal Pain
Orginally Published At: Musculoskeletal Pain
Because partners of individuals with chronic pain (ICP) may differ considerably in their helping responses (e.g., providing emotional, instrumental and informational support4), various attempts have been undertaken to categorize helping responses of close others in terms of its expected implications for ICP’s functioning (e.g.,9). To fully understand whether partners’ helping response is truly helpful and […]
About six months ago I realized that I gradually stopped paying enough attention to the exercise and activity goals that I had set for myself on my fitness tracker of choice, an Apple Watch. So I resolved to reboot my dedication to them, which has been a complete success. And in particular it has been […]
Although often used interchangeably, hazard and risk are distinct and useful concepts. A hazard is something that can cause harm, while risk is the chance of that harm actually occurring in the real world. A hazard poses no risk if there is no exposure to that hazard. For instance, a shark feeding frenzy is an […]