Chronic pain during childhood may have lasting effects

12/22/2013 |

Among more than 1,000 adults experiencing pain, nearly 17% had a history of chronic pain during their childhood or teen years, according to a study in The Journal of Pain. Experiencing pain as children or teens was associated with greater odds of neuropathic and widespread pain and fibromyalgia, researchers said.

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