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Understanding Pain Adult

The most common headache doesn’t start in your head

Most of us know what a headache feels like. In fact, the most common types of headaches are called Tension Type Headaches, which affect more than 80% of people from time to time . 

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Pain Advice Adult

Top tips to outsmart your headache

So, you were working half the night, you’re running late for an important meeting and that report still isn’t finished. No wonder you have a headache. 

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Understanding Pain Adult

Five myths about headaches you need to know

Throbbing, distracting, annoying – all of us at some time have had to put up with a headache. And they seem to have a knack of coming on at the worse time.

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How does Nurofen target the source of pain?

Visiting your local pharmacy or supermarket for pain relief can be confusing. There are so many products to choose from.

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