Gray matter in brain may affect pain sensitivity, study finds

01/15/2014 | Medical News Today

Differing levels of in gray matter in parts of the brain may be linked to pain sensitivity, researchers from Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center reported in the journal Pain. Among study participants whose arms or legs were subjected to heat, those with less gray matter in brain regions linked to internal thoughts and attention had the highest levels of pain.

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