Under Pressure From Opioid Lawsuits, One Pain Research Society Considers Bankruptcy
The enormous opioid lawsuits across the nation are affecting pain science too.
Did Researchers Who Seek to Relieve Pain Contribute to the Opioid Epidemic?
It's not just drug manufacturers who are feeling the effects of major opioid lawsuits.
Traumatic Childhoods Produce More Painful Adulthoods
New research finds a link between adolescent adversity and later-in-life pain.
Torture Permanently Alters the Body's Response to Pain
Could a new medical finding make it harder to claim something isn't torture?
9 Ideas to Make Tylenol and Other Acetaminophen Drugs Safer
Scientists, regulators, and manufacturers have come up with numerous proposals that could reduce the toll of deaths and injuries from one of America’s most popular drugs.
Study: Bondage Aficionados Are Better-Adjusted Than Most
New research from the Netherlands finds that the psychological profile of people who enjoy certain non-mainstream sex games is surprisingly positive.
Why Do We Hurt Each Other? Understanding the Boston Marathon
Struggling to understand the Boston Marathon explosions.
Pills Fight Pain -- And You Don't Even Have to Take Them
New research finds simply examining a bottle of ibuprofen increases tolerance of physical suffering.