Chronic Pain — 14 March 2013

file0001995891762By Richard Lenti

In yet another example of the benefits of knowing when to say when, it appears that moderation may be the key to successfully managing the pain of fibromyalgia and the consumption of alcohol.

According to a new study published in the journal Arthritis Research & Therapy, low and moderate drinkers reported fewer of symptoms of fibromyalgia than teetotalers. Conversely, too much alcohol reversed this effect.

Read more at  National Pain Report.


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Richard Lenti

Richard Lenti has worked as a news writer for the last 20 years at various television stations in Los Angeles. He is a Golden Mike winner and a graduate of California State University, Fresno. With roots in print journalism, Richard is excited to be “published” once again; having people read his work as opposed to having it read to them. As a freelance writer his work has appeared in the Easy Reader, L.A. Jazz Scene, Irrigation and Green Industry, and the KCAL 9 Online website.

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