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NIH Study Finds More Than 1 in 10 American Adults Experience Chronic Pain

The Washington Post recently published an article discussing the NIH prevalence pain study findings.  It states “More than 25 million American adults — about 11.2 percent — reported having pain every day for the previous three months. Researchers said the same data suggests that more than 23 million Americans felt “a lot” of pain in the preceding months, and more than 126 million — or more than half of all U.S. adults — reported experiencing some sort of pain during the same period.”  Click here to read full article.