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Chronic stress affects brain morphology and functioning: relevance to cancer survivors and chronic pain?

Many patients with chronic pain suffer from stress intolerance, and some patients have developed chronic pain during or following a stressful period o...

April 4th, 2016
The nocebo effects of communication

I once was told by a former colleague that I would most definitely get back pain if I didn’t stop slumping in my L1 vertebra. Of course today I am sti...

March 21st, 2016

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Chronic pain in athletes: Is it time to change our point of view?

The prevalence of chronic sports injuries is high, while the etiology and pathophysiological mechanisms have largely remained unknown. To date, the mo...

March 19th, 2016
The periaqueductal gray (PAG): not just a simple node in descending pain modulation

The role of the periaqueductal gray (PAG) has been described in many studies regarding pain processing. This structure, located in the midbrain around...

March 19th, 2016

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