Why does your body ache? Learn more about the different things that can causes aches and pains.
What could be causing your neck pain? Find out more about the causes and their treatments.
Can what you eat make you feel better? Learn about foods, nutrients and spices that can your body help tackle inflammation and aches.
No matter what job you have, what you do for a living can affect how you feel. Learn how it can happen and what you can do to help stop or prevent pain.
Many things that hurt can be treated with over-the-counter painkillers and rest, ice, compression and elevation. When is it time to seek medical advice?
See how alternative treatments can help ease your pain, including acupuncture, yoga, turmeric and cannabis.
Need pain relief? BootsWebMD shows you what to do if you’ve hit your head, sprained your ankle, or had a bruise, strain, or some other minor injury.
See nerve pain symptoms, causes, and treatment options. BootsWebMD shows you tips for dealing with the tingling and numbness that may be caused by neuropathy.
Get to grips with chronic pain by starting with these tips from BootsWebMD.
Could the pain in your hand be carpal tunnel syndrome? BootsWebMD's pictures show the causes, symptoms, and treatment options.
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An ancient Chinese practice using ultra-thin needles may ease back pain and cancer treatments -- but may do nothing for other complaints. BootsWebMD's slideshow covers the truth about acupuncture.
BootsWebMD covers surprising pain causes including phones, wallets, sandals, babies, your sofa – even many favourite foods. Pictures illustrate these causes for pain and better habits to avoid the pain.
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