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Scientists finally uncover the reason why women are more prone to chronic pain – Study Finds

An international team finds genetic differences between the sexes may be the cause behind the chronic pain of many women.

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GLASGOW, Scotland — There are plenty of differences between men and women. Unfortunately, one of those differences centers around how each gender experiences pain. A new study is revealing the reason females are more prone to long-lasting pain than men. An international team finds genetic differences between the sexes may be the cause behind the chronic pain of many women.
People usually experience pain when they get injured, but expect it to go away once their wounds heal. In some cases though,…

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