Sheila E. On Prince: 'He Was In Pain All The Time, But He Was A Performer'When asked if she's thought about how she's going to say goodbye to her close friend, she replied, "I don't know if I can..."
Women Suffering Period Pain Targeted By Whoopi Goldberg's Medical Marijuana BusinessActor Whoopi Goldberg is launching a new medical marijuana business targeting California women.
3 Ways To Ease Your PainAre you struggling? Peter Bedard, author of "Convergence Healing," shares his tips for easing your pain.
Lodi Man Arrested For Claiming Workers Comp While Allegedly Taking Clients SkydivingA Lodi man was charged Monday with fraud after he was videotaped taking clients tandem skydiving while collecting workers’ compensation for an injury he claimed had caused him excruciating pain, according to the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office.
Robin Williams’ Children, Ex-Wife Remember Late ActorRobin Williams' three children — Zak, Zelda and Cody Williams — and Williams' former wife Marsha Garces Williams, who is Zelda and Cody's mother, released statements Tuesday about the actor's death.
UC Davis 'Whistleblower' Wins Lawsuit After Reporting Unethical Study On PrisonersA jury has awarded a $730,000 verdict to a whistleblower who reported on an unethical pain management study on prison inmates by researchers at the University of California, Davis.
Link Between Humor And Grief Raises Awareness Of Depression Following Comedian Robin Williams' DeathThe death of beloved actor and comedian Robin Williams is bringing attention to the issue of depression and the link between humor and grief.
Animal Update: How Your Pets Feel PainMost of us know that cats and dogs feel pain, but it was previously surmised that they may not feel pain in quite the same way that we do.
HealthWatch: Tips To Combat 'iPad Shoulder'Much as we love modern technology, it seems in advancements sometimes come with a cost to our general health. Many users of the iPad have reported pain in the neck or shoulder - labeled by some as "iPad shoulder."
Love A Potent Painkiller, Stanford Researchers SayFalling in love can act as a potent painkiller, and now scientists have figured out why: It stimulates the brain's reward pathway, much like the rush of an addictive drug.

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