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  1. Chinese economy faces more pain than gain this year by Michelle Gutschlag
        SHANGHAI: China's economic growth, already at its slowest in decades, will get worse before it gets better, as economists say it will take time before liberalising reforms turn net positive, and Beijing needs to bite...
  2. Home renovation disasters: Oh the pain, the pain. by Michelle Gutschlag
                       Illustration: John Shakespeare There is only one thing...
  3. Jonathan Dimbleby: 'I broke my daughter?s heart: life is joy and pain' by Michelle Gutschlag
    As he raises money for the cancer that killed his father, Jonathan Dimbleby tells Charlotte Edwardes about broadcasting beside his brother, making up with his children and having a second family at 70 Family man: Jonathan Dimbleby...
  4. Questor share tip: Sell Amec as oil services pain to continue by Michelle Gutschlag
    Oil prices have stabilised for now but the pain of lower spending by the oil majors will continue for FTSE 100 oil services groups, says Questor   Amec’s revenue for the four months to the end of April was down 3.6pc on...
  5. Software Reads Facial Expressions To Monitor Kids' Pain While In Hospital by Michelle Gutschlag
    Pain in children often goes unnoticed because they lack the skills to communicate it. New computer software could eliminate the need for self-reporting pain by reading it directly from the child’s face. (Photo : Suzette | Flickr)...
  6. The opioid peptide dynorphin A induces leukocyte responses via integrin Mac-1 (?M?2, CD11b/CD18) by Michelle Gutschlag
    Nataly P. Podolnikova*, Julie A. Brothwell and Tatiana P. Ugarova * Corresponding author: Nataly P Podolnikova Nataly.Podolnikova@asu.edu Author Affiliations...
  7. Introducing Biofeedback workshop by Tom Neser
    Biofeedback and Neurofeedback are treatment modalities increasingly used by medical and allied health professionals as an effective approach for both complex and challenging clinical situations. Research has indicated that it is helpful in cases...
  8. Antidepressant Proves Effective in Alleviating Osteoarthritis Pain by Tom Neser
    Science Daily (Mar. 22, 2012) - Antidepressants can play a key role in alleviating painful conditions like osteoarthritis and may result in fewer side effects than traditionally prescribed drug regimes, such as anti-inflammatories and opioids,...
  9. Patients Who Followed Recommendations to Move Despite Back Pain Fared Better Than Those That Rested in Small Study by Tom Neser
    ScienceDaily (Sep. 20, 2011) - A researcher at the Sahlgrenska Academy, University of Gothenburg suggests that people with back pain who are advised to stay active should move despite the pain, not rest.  Patients with acute low back pain...