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Brain processes physical, emotional pain differently, study finds

American Pain Society SmartBrief | Nov 19, 2014

Study data show separate neural circuits process physical pain and social pain, a finding researchers said may help guide new treatments for emotional suffering. The analysis, which was published in the journal Nature Communications, found that the different types of pain activate similar but distinct regions. Daily Camera (Boulder, Colo.) (11/18)


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