These External Factors Affect How Much Pain You Actually Feel
Not all pain is experienced the same, and some external factors can affect how much an experience may hurt.
The Mysterious Link Between The Neurons That Sense Itch And Pain
Pain and itch are not the same, but they are closely linked. This is why.
Is Yoga For Lower Back Pain Backed By Science?
If you have lower back pain and painkillers aren’t cutting it, maybe yoga can help.
Early-Stage Breast Cancer Patients Have Severe Side Effects
A survey of breast cancer treatment side effects shows what puts women most at risk for severe discomfort.
This GIF Of A Root Canal Will Terrify You
You don’t have to be an anti-dentite to want to avoid a root canal at all costs.
How Much Ibuprofen Is Too Much In One Day?
Over-the-counter painkillers seem harmless, but there are limits to how much you can safely take in one day.
Is This Normal? 10 Popular Health Questions
Here are the answers to the questions you are too embarrassed or afraid to ask your friends.
Is This Brain Chemical Causing Your Migraine?
A certain protein may make people more sensitive to different migraine triggers.
Your Body On Alcohol And Painkillers
Alcohol can amplify the effects of a medication, render it completely ineffective, or interact with its ingredients in a life-threatening way.
7 Reasons You Have Weird Bruising Or Bleeding
Many diseases and health conditions make it easier to bleed and bruise, which can sometimes be life-threatening if they're not addressed.
Signs That You're Overdosing On Advil Or Tylenol
Over-the-counter pain relievers can do wonders for headaches or other pain, but be careful not to damage your liver.
What Is Aspirin — And Should You Take It Daily?
The main ingredient in aspirin, salicin, is the oldest pain reliever in history, but it took time and science before it became the drug we recognize today.