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Regular physical activity reduces the percentage of spinally projecting neurons that express mu-opioid receptors from the rostral ventromedial medulla in mice

Sluka, Kathleen A.; Danielson, Jessica; Rasmussen, Lynn; More

PAIN Reports. 5(6):e857, November/December 2020.

Nonopioid drug combinations for cancer pain: protocol for a systematic review

Sohi, Gursharan; Caraceni, Augusto; Moulin, Dwight E.; More

PAIN Reports. 5(6):e856, November/December 2020.

The early influence of COVID-19 pandemic-associated restrictions on pain, mood, and everyday life of patients with painful polyneuropathy

Kersebaum, Dilara; Fabig, Sophie-Charlotte; Sendel, Manon; More

PAIN Reports. 5(6):e858, November/December 2020.

Unintended consequences of COVID-19 safety measures on patients with chronic knee pain forced to defer joint replacement surgery

Cisternas, Alvaro F.; Ramachandran, Roshni; Yaksh, Tony L.; More

PAIN Reports. 5(6):e855, November/December 2020.

Outcome in young adults who were diagnosed with complex regional pain syndrome in childhood and adolescence

Wong, Becky J.; Yoon, Isabel A.; Krane, Elliot J.

PAIN Reports. 5(6):e860, November/December 2020.

Increasing age is associated with elevated circulating interleukin-6 and enhanced temporal summation of mechanical pain in people living with HIV and chronic pain

Slawek, Deepika E.; Merlin, Jessica S.; Owens, Michael A.; More

PAIN Reports. 5(6):e859, November/December 2020.

Validation of CARE Scale-7 in treatment-seeking patients with chronic pain: measurement of sex invariance

Ziadni, Maisa; You, Dokyoung Sophia; Chen, Abby; More

PAIN Reports. 5(6):e862, November/December 2020.

Increased pain sensitivity and pain-related anxiety in individuals with autism

Failla, Michelle D.; Gerdes, Madison B.; Williams, Zachary J.; More

PAIN Reports. 5(6):e861, November/December 2020.

Systematic scoping review of interactions between analgesic drug therapy and mindfulness-based interventions for chronic pain in adults: current evidence and future directions

Park, Rex; Mohiuddin, Mohammed; Poulin, Patricia A.; More

PAIN Reports. 5(6):e868, November/December 2020.

Noninvasive vagus nerve stimulation and morphine transiently inhibit trigeminal pain signaling in a chronic headache model

Cornelison, Lauren E.; Hawkins, Jordan L.; Woodman, Sara E.; More

PAIN Reports. 5(6):e881, November/December 2020.

Tapentadol treatment results in long-term pain relief in patients with chronic low back pain and associates with reduced segmental sensitization

van de Donk, Tine; van Cosburgh, Jurjan; van Dasselaar, Tom; More

PAIN Reports. 5(6):e877, November/December 2020.

Mechanical detection and pain thresholds: comparability of devices using stepped and ramped stimuli

Pfau, Doreen B.; Haroun, Omer; Lockwood, Diana N.; More

PAIN Reports. 5(6):e865, November/December 2020.

Remote management of musculoskeletal pain: a pragmatic approach to the implementation of video and phone consultations in musculoskeletal practice

Hohenschurz-Schmidt, David; Scott, Whitney; Park, Charlie; More

PAIN Reports. 5(6):e878, November/December 2020.

Adverse childhood experiences in parents of youth with chronic pain: prevalence and comparison with a community-based sample

Beveridge, Jaimie K.; Dobson, Keith S.; Madigan, Sheri; More

PAIN Reports. 5(6):e866, November/December 2020.

Diagnostic uncertainty in pediatric chronic pain: nature, prevalence, and consequences

Neville, Alexandra; Jordan, Abbie; Pincus, Tamar; More

PAIN Reports. 5(6):e871, November/December 2020.

The Delaware Pain Database: a set of painful expressions and corresponding norming data

Mende-Siedlecki, Peter; Qu-Lee, Jennie; Lin, Jingrun; More

PAIN Reports. 5(6):e853, November/December 2020.

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Welcome to the 2020 Global Year for the Prevention of Pain! This year's theme focuses on disseminating pain prevention strategies to researchers, clinicians, and patients.

Articles published in PAIN related to this year's theme are marked with the Global Year logo and added to an article collection.



Pain in Dementia

Stefan Lautenbacher, Stephen J. Gibson BBSc(Hon), PhD, MAPsS

With the help of Pain in Dementia, you can learn new ways to give dementia patients a better quality of life through identifying the source of their pain and recommending the most effective treatment options

Pain 2016 Refresher Courses: 16th World Congress on Pain

Claudia L Sommer MD, Steven P Cohen , Michaela Kress , Mark S Wallace

Presented at the 16th World Congress on Pain in Yokohama, Japan, in September 2016, these papers represent the thinking of the world's top pain scientists and clinicians

Pain in the Joints

Serge Perrot and Lars Arendt-Nielsen

A comprehensive overview of joint pain, including its assessment, mechanisms, and treatment options