Common Painkillers ‘Do More Harm Than Good’ for Chronic Pain

Senior NHS officials disclose that aspirin, ibuprofen, paracetamol and opioids are all unsuitable for chronic primary pain. Painkillers that are commonly recommended by doctors and sold over the counter in pharmacies and supermarkets. Drugs such as ibuprofen, aspirin, paracetamol and opioids can cause “more harm than good” and should not …

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6 Things Your Borderline Friend Wants You to Know

There are several tough things about having borderline personality disorder (BPD). The daily swings in moods, emotions and identity is certainly no cakewalk. I find for me, the worst part about having BPD is the constant struggle to maintain stable friendships and relationships. I only found out I had BPD about three …

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Why Unloved Daughters Feel Like They Don’t Belong

There is a question that comes up frequently when the discussion turns to how your adult life is is shaped by the experiences of a childhood in which your emotional needs weren’t met. This question is deceptively simple and complex at once: “How do you acquire a sense of belonging and inclusion …

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