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What’s New on PainScience.com?

New featured articles, updates to articles, recent blog posts, and noteworthy new scientific papers

I have been expanding and upgrading this website since the early 2000s. Relevant new science is added almost daily. I tend an endless to-do list like a garden, and corrections and mea culpas are always the highest priority items. In 2016 I (finally) began logging all updates, mostly so that I could promote them here: a record of everything significant that’s new or changed lately. ~ Paul Ingraham, Publisher

The 15 newest featured articles on PainScience.com (out of 240)

The last 50 updates to featured articles and tutorials (of 1250 total logged updates)

Like good footnotes, update logging sets PainScience.com apart from most other health websites and blogs. It’s fine print, but important fine print, in the same spirit of transparency as the editing history available for Wikipedia pages. I log any change to articles that might be of interest to a keen reader. Complete update logging started in the summer of 2016. Prior to that, I only logged major updates for the most popular and controversial articles.

hide 19 minor updates

The last 20 blog posts

The last 20 bibliography items with beefier summaries

Many scientific papers added to the bibliography are boring and utilitarian. But some are much more interesting, and the pages for those papers are like blog posts about them.