June/July Issue on Newsstands Now

Pain-Free Living magazineThe June/July issue of Pain-Free Living is on sale now at Barnes & Noble and other retailers. Here’s what you’ll find inside:

Medical writer Robert S. Dinsmoor describes 18 recently approved medications for treating rheumatoid arthritis, migraines, and other pain conditions.

Clinical psychologist Jackson Rainer describes cognitive-behavior therapy and how it can help ease chronic pain.

We have four articles to mark Juvenile Arthritis Awareness Month in July. Our news section includes a piece about a new research project aimed at stopping juvenile arthritis (JA). Writer Brian Dunleavy describes why today’s treatments offer kids and their parents hope for active lives. Two sisters share how they get through each day dealing with JA. And Nicole Doyle, Miss Teen Minnesota International 2015, tells us about growing up with the disease and her advocacy efforts.

Associate Editor Julia Aparicio describes endometriosis, a painful condition that often takes years to diagnose. And she explains her own experience living with the disorder.

Food writer Susan Ojanen tells about the health benefits of tart cherries, and she shares recipes for a delicious limeade and other foods.

Plus, we report on the connection between arthritis and cancer, a new plan to end multiple sclerosis, and much more.

Please take a look, and if you have questions, feel free to contact me.

Matt Mendenhall is the editor of Pain-Free Living.

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