Greatist has compiled a list of everyday foods that fight pain. Incorporate them into a healthier lifestyle to reap the benefits long-term.
Yesterday Massachusetts voted to legalize medical marijuana; Arkansas voted against it. We’re not talking just munchies and Pink Floyd — weed can be a legitimate treatment for medical ailments.
Challenging yourself on the field, court, or in the weight room is no easy task. So when push comes to (literal) shove, can athletes actually be able to endure more discomfort?
Listen up and calm down. Turning up the music may help us chill out.
Whether it's the result of a breakup or the death of a loved one, heartbreak can be an overwhelming experience. Fortunately, there are some tips for coping with the pain.
Running's all fun and games until there's shin splints. A general term used to describe lower leg pain, shin splints are mainly caused by excessive stress on, well, the shins. The pain is generally mild, but enough to render a runner couch-side.
The antioxidants found in tart cherry juice may be a more effective (and more natural) way to relieve muscle aches and pains than popping an aspirin.
That stiff, sore feeling after an intense workout is a side effect of the body's muscle rebuilding process. But just because it's natural doesn't mean there aren't ways to manage post-workout pain.
One too many f-bombs being thrown around? Think again, it may be doing someone some good! Research shows that swearing may actually help reduce physical pain.