Tel Aviv University Study: Triathletes Feel Pain Differently Than The Rest Of Us
Completing a triathlon is one of the hardest feats in sports and, as is the case with many physical competitions, requires a high pain endurance threshold. Researchers who studied triathletes have found that they feel pain differently than other people, experiencing it with less intensity.
November 10, 2013
Study: Cannabis May Relieve Parkinson’s Related Pain
More than half of people suffering from Parkinson's disease experience random pains. A recent Israeli study, focusing on the patients' genetic information, has shown that this pain might be treated by using cannabis.
December 22, 2012
Israeli Co Develops Cannabis That Won’t Make You High
A new strain of marijuana developed in Israel possesses the same pain-relieving qualities without the intoxicating and numbing side effects. It has recently been offered to patients eligible for medicinal marijuana treatment.
June 05, 2012