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Study: Acetaminophen may reduce feelings of positive emotion

American Pain Society SmartBrief | Apr 15, 2015

Acetaminophen may reduce the ability to feel positive emotion even as it acts on pain, researchers reported in the journal Psychological Science. Researchers said study participants did not appear to realize that the drug had affected their emotions. CNN (04/15) Science World Report (04/14)


3D image of "wasabi receptor" could lead to new pain drugs

American Pain Society SmartBrief | Apr 15, 2015

Mindfulness meditation may benefit chronic pain patients

American Pain Society SmartBrief | Apr 15, 2015

Study links increased neuropathic pain with mutation

American Pain Society SmartBrief | Apr 22, 2015

Analysis: Addiction rate for opioid patients is about 10%

American Pain Society SmartBrief | Apr 08, 2015

Researchers partner with patients to better define pain

American Pain Society SmartBrief | Apr 01, 2015

Neurons that relay pain, itching sensations to brain found in mice

American Pain Society SmartBrief | Apr 01, 2015

Analysis finds acetaminophen may not relieve back pain

American Pain Society SmartBrief | Apr 01, 2015

Brain imaging may help validate patients with chronic pain, experts say

American Pain Society SmartBrief | Apr 22, 2015

Study: Ketamine may be effective for short-term acute pain

American Pain Society SmartBrief | Apr 15, 2015


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