Most Recent Articles by Helen Fosam, PhD
A recent study by Doulberis and colleagues provides a comprehensive summary of the relevant published studies linking migraine and gastrointestinal or related disorders.
Polymorphism at the level of drug receptors, transporters, or other proteins involved in drug metabolism or action may have an impact on the effect of a drug.
Although the underlying pathophysiology of homeostasis-related headaches is not yet clearly defined, the nervous and endocrine systems are thought to be involved through the maintenance of homeostasis.
Compassion directed to self is gaining acceptance as a potential therapeutic modality to complement existing treatment options for chronic pain.
Recent studies show that THC consumption affects the dopamine system.
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