Most Recent Articles by Nicole Ostrow
Connectivity in the right midfrontal gyrus may help predict placebo response. This finding has widespread implications in drug development.
Individuals with a history of abuse experience higher levels of pain, anxiety, and depression.
Regular evaluation and assessment along with a personalized "step approach" is essential for effective pain management.
Genetic factors and the environment patients share with their partner or spouse may determine their risk of developing chronic pain and help explain the association between chronic pain and depression.
Clinicians should focus on treating patients' pain and psychological conditions together.
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