New research reveals sex differences in pain detection. Chronic pain is a medical condition that’s both debilitating and poorly understood. New research in mice, published in Nature Neuroscience a few months ago, has revealed more about how this type of pain is detected – and that it matters whether the mice are male or female.... Read More »

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