March NIH News in Health
Check out the March issue of NIH News in Health, the monthly newsletter bringing you practical health news and tips based on the latest NIH research. In this edition:
Halt the Hurt!
Dealing with Chronic Pains
When pain develops slowly or persists for months or even years, it’s called chronic pain, and it can be tricky to treat. Scientists are working to learn more about chronic pain, and they’re looking for approaches beyond medication that might help you control pain.
Read more about chronic pain…
Dry Eyes and Mouth?
You May Have Sjögren’s Syndrome
If your eyes and mouth feel as dry as a desert, there are many possible causes. But if the dryness is long-lasting and accompanied by fatigue or pain, as well as swelling in some of your joints, you may have a condition called Sjögren’s syndrome.
Read more about Sjögren’s syndrome…
- How Often Should Women Have Bone Tests?
- Mobile App Helps Teens Quit Smoking
- Featured Website: Easy-to-Read Drug Facts
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