Chronic pain, depression link

Several large-scale epidemiological surveys have established that the presence of any pain condition doubles the risk of suicide in the

Focus on patient safety to battle opioid epidemic

“Though much of the attention on opioid-related harm is centred on the improper use of opioids in the community (misuse,

Living and dying in pain

One of the barriers to good pain management is access to opioid medication to manage severe pain and the international

Pinpointing nociceptive pain

Nociceptive pain is the most common type of pain and is caused by the detection of noxious or potentially harmful

Chronic pain, depression link

Chronic pain can be lethal. Its unwelcome presence and debilitating impact can considerably increase the risk of suicide among people

Dysmenorrhoea: Prevalent and undertreated

Dysmenorrhoea interferes with the daily life of an estimated one in five women.  And yet, there’s remarkably little research into

Lower back pain is not something you have to live with

The prevalence of this potentially debilitating condition is increasing rapidly, raising concern around the accuracy of diagnosis and treatment of

Adcock tackles opioid addiction

The meeting, which was chaired by Dr Hash Ramjee, President of the South African Addiction Medicines Society, was designed to