Tag Archives: Pain

Feel the pain of the poor and immigrants, pope says at Easter Vigil

VATICAN CITY: Pope Francis, leading the world’s Roman Catholics into Easter, urged them on Saturday not to ignore the plight of immigrants, the poor and other vulnerable people. In his homily at an Easter Vigil Mass in St. Peter’s Basilica, Francis recounted the Biblical account of Jesus Christ’s mother Mary and Mary Magdalene, filled with… Read More »

Pain lingers one year after haj tragedy in Saudi

MECCA, Saudi Arabia: Despite being emotionally scarred by the death of two childhood friends during last year’s haj stampede, Muhammad Sani has still returned to Saudi Arabia for another pilgrimage. The Nigerian pharmacist, 46, says his faith remains unshaken even after the deaths of at least 2,297 pilgrims during the haj stoning ritual last September… Read More »

Players may be risking health by popping pain pills

NEW YORK: For all the talk of banned performance-enhancing drugs in sport, mundane over-the-counter anti-inflammatory pain medications may be more of an issue on the tennis tour, according to numerous players. Indeed, players competing at the U.S. Open which starts on Monday could be risking their long-term health by playing through pain to achieve their… Read More »

Daily Exercise For Back Pain

“Do you suffer from back pains that occur frequently? It is actually a condition experienced by millions of people all around the world. Does it have a real cure? The answers are a bit controversial. Most doctors prescribe medications when patients seek their advice regarding their back pain. What sufferers from back pain rarely know… Read More »