Pain in Children: A COVID-19 Paradox

COVID-19 and pediatric pain.

A new analysis shows decreased prevalence of pediatric chronic pain during the first year of the pandemic, compared to 2019. Less school bullying, as well as higher family resilience and more frequent family meals, may have contributed to the surprising finding.

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The Impact of Natural Disasters on Migraine

Recent research shows that victims of the 2018 Japan Floods were more likely to receive newly prescribed migraine treatment, compared to non-victims. A separate study reveals how COVID-19 can affect migraine – sometimes in surprising ways.

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