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  1. Bufferin, Excedrin, NoDoz, Gas-X Recalled

    Jan. 9, 2012 -- Bufferin, Excedrin, Gas-X, and NoDoz products have been recalled because they may be mixed with one another, contain broken tablets, or contain prescription painkillers. Drugmaker Novartis is voluntarily recalling 1,645 lots of the four products. All four of the recalled products --

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  2. Neck Pain Treatments Put to the Test

    Jan. 3, 2012 -- Spinal manipulation and at-home exercises may be better at relieving neck pain than relying on drugs. But the best neck pain treatment may depend on the person. A new study shows that spinal manipulation therapy from a chiropractor or home exercises provided by a therapist offered be

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  3. Study: Music Can Ease Pain

    Dec. 27, 2011 -- Losing yourself in music really may help take the sting out of a root canal or other painful medical procedure -- especially if you are feeling anxious about it. In a new study, 143 people listened to music while they received a painful shock in their fingertip. Participants were as

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  4. FDA Warns Consumers About ShoulderFlex Massager

    Dec. 21, 2011 -- The FDA has issued a new warning to consumers against the use of a massage device called the ShoulderFlex Massager, which was recalled earlier this year after it was blamed for causing at least one death. According to the FDA, the distributor, King International, has gone out of bus

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  5. WebMD 5: What You Need to Know About Pain

    As with other subjective experiences, such as love, fear, or anger, there's no way to objectively measure pain. We asked Sean Mackey, MD, PhD, chief of the Pain Management Division and associate professor of anesthesia at Stanford University School of Medicine, to explain the unpleasant sensation we

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  6. Propofol: Expert Q&A

    Propofol is a strong anesthetic that's used for surgery, some medical exams, and for sedation for people on ventilators -- never as a sleep aid. It's given by IV and should only be administered by a medical professional trained in its use. It takes effect in a matter of seconds. "It is very fast-act

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  7. Long-Term Painkiller Use Linked to Kidney Cancer

    Sept. 12, 2011 -- Long-term, regular use of non-aspirin anti-inflammatory painkillers raises the likelihood of developing kidney cancer by more than 50%, a study shows. The study, published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, suggests men and women who take such drugs are equally at risk. Some sma

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  8. Prescription Painkiller Addiction: 7 Myths

    Prescription pain medicine addiction grabs headlines when it sends celebrities spinning out of control. It also plagues many people out of the spotlight who grapple with painkiller addiction behind closed doors. But although widespread, addiction to prescription painkillers is also widely misunderst

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  9. New Dosing Labels for Extra Strength Tylenol

    July 28, 2011 -- The maximum dose of Extra Strength Tylenol brand acetaminophen will soon be six, not eight pills a day. Johnson & Johnson's McNeil Consumer Healthcare announced the voluntary dosage reduction today. Labels will carry new dosing instructions this fall. The company says it will cut th

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  10. Talk Therapy Plus Self-Help May Fight Pain

    July 27, 2011 -- Cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) that incorporates a self-help workbook may help people with pain, weakness, dizziness, and other symptoms -- with no underlying physical disease -- to feel and function better, a study shows. The study is published in Neurology. CBT is a time-limited

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