• Influences of Exercise on Chronic Pain Examined

    by  • 10 November 2011 • Pain News

    Chronic pain may be associated with too much or too little physical activity. New research finds that the right amount, duration, and intensity of leisure-time exercise can make a significant difference in who has long-lasting pain, but there also are differences between men and women and younger versus older age groups. In the October issue of the journal PAIN, Tormod Landmark and colleagues


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