Mini-Science 2012 Q&A: “The pain-reward connection”

Mini-Science logoAt the conclusion of each Mini-Science lecture, audience members submit their questions to the evening’s presenter, who answers as many as possible on the spot. Here are some of the best questions from Dr. Petra Schweinhardt’s May 9 talk, “The pain-reward connection.”

Q: Why are opioids released higher up in the brain? (more…)

Mini-Science 2012 Q&A: “Just say know: what marijuana has taught us about pain control”

Mini-Science logoAt the conclusion of each Mini-Science lecture, audience members submit their questions to the evening’s presenter, who answers as many as possible on the spot. Here are some of the best questions from Dr. Mark Ware’s May 2 talk, “Just say know: what marijuana has taught us about pain control.”

Q: What can you tell us about smoked cannabis for chronic neuropathic pain? (more…)

Mini-Science 2012 Q&A: “Helping people with pain resume occupational involvement”

Mini-Science logoAt the conclusion of each Mini-Science lecture, audience members submit their questions to the evening’s presenter, who answers as many as possible on the spot. Some of the best questions are posted here. Here are questions from Dr. Michael Sullivan’s April 25 talk, “Helping people with pain resume occupational involvement.” (more…)

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