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Chronic pain medications

Targeted use works best

It's not uncommon to think that pain can be relieved by a drug. That's because for shorter term pain — such as due to a headache, an injury or surgery — pain medications or other methods of pain control often work fairly well.
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Peptic ulcers are primarily caused by lifestyle factors such as too much stress and spicy foods.
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