By Matthew Mientka | Tue, 10/01/2013 - 11:21
A vast majority of younger adults acknowledge suffering back pain, believed to be caused by poor posture while using tablets, smartphones, and other digital devices.
By Anthony Rivas | Mon, 09/23/2013 - 21:14
Large backpacks and small desks could cause a young student to begin experiencing back pain, and with possible long-term consequences, research of a new study are calling for action.
By Lizette Borreli | Mon, 08/26/2013 - 16:51
To lighten the load on your child’s back, follow these back-to-school backpack safety tips that will significantly reduce back pain.
By Anthony Rivas | Wed, 08/14/2013 - 20:15
Worried doctors practiced defensive medicine more than less concerned ones in order to avoid malpractice lawsuits, but it cost the government an extra $55.6 billion.
By Samantha Olson | Tue, 07/30/2013 - 11:53
Researchers finds that doctors have been ignoring treatment guidelines for back pain, which could lead to expensive medical bills and increased use of addictive painkillers.
By Nsikan Akpan | Tue, 07/02/2013 - 17:32
Weekly yoga class yields similar relief for lower back pain as twice weekly classes for low-income minority patients.
By Justin Caba | Wed, 05/15/2013 - 09:03
Long-term use of prescription painkiller could lead to the development of erectile dysfunction later in life, according to a new study.
By Jonathan Weiss | Tue, 05/07/2013 - 13:41
The results of two studies will help millions of people and save billions of dollars in healthcare expenditures.
By Christine Hsu | Mon, 11/26/2012 - 17:38
When a 24-year-old mother went to the doctor's office because of a terrible backache, she thought she had developed a kidney infection. However, just six hours later, she was giving birth in the hospital.
By Makini Brice | Fri, 10/05/2012 - 11:21
The medication was administered to over 900 patients in Tennessee alone.
By Christine Hsu | Thu, 09/06/2012 - 11:10
Having a cup of coffee in the morning could help prevent physical pain triggered by spending hours sitting at a computer, a new study reveals.
Researchers found a variety of strides can indicated anything from weak muscles to Alzheimer's disease.