• Chronic pain is a significant problem in Canada, affecting almost 20% of the population. It is usually defined as pain that lasts longer than normal (usually 3 to 6 months) for an illness or injury and can be caused by medical problems such as cancer, diabetes, arthritis, disc herniations, and fibromyalgia.

  • Cancer pain is controllable through various pain management strategies. Learn more about these strategies and how they help cancer pain.

  • Learn more about the symptoms, warning signs, and triggers of migraines.

  • Temporomandibular joint (TMJ): What is it? At the widest moment of a big yawn, you might hear and feel a click in your jaw. For most people, a clicking jaw is an occasional annoyance or surprising pop now and then. For others, it's a symptom of a problem that may originate in the jaw but can radiate to other parts of the body, causing headaches and earaches.

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