The Truth About Malingering*

In this Practical Pain Management piece, I discuss recent research on malingering, and what it means for chronic pain patients.

 

*It’s impossible to identify.

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A New Rx for Blood Sugar Management

The latest in diabetes treatments: nature therapy. From OnTrack Diabetes.

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Break a Sweat, Improve Your Mental Health

More reasons to get your sneakers on. From Psycom.

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Can “Blended” Therapy Help Patients Lower Their Opioid Use?

One doctor’s innovative–but unproven–efforts to lower opioid use among pain patients. From Practical Pain Management.

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Can Surgery Cure Type 2 Diabetes?

Weight loss surgery could help patients get their blood sugar under control…

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Palliative Care Overview

Palliative care, which is treatment to relieve the symptoms of chronic or serious illness, is not the same as hospice care. Here’s what you need to know about this growing field…

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Mobile Trackers and Digital Therapeutics

Can these technology-based interventions help struggling patients? From Practical Pain Management.

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Gender Differences in Pain Among Axial Spondyloarthritis Patients

This form of arthritis affects men and women differently… From Practical Pain Management.

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Thriving in Harmony

How music therapy can help multiple sclerosis patients. From Momentum magazine.

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You Guys. I Wrote This for McSweeney’s.

My Self-Care Routine Involves Several Tons of Refined Sugar.¬†From McSweeney’s Internet Tendency. Whoo-hoo!

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