Knights of the Pain Table

A Camelot for Sufferers of Chronic Pain

Jazz Icon, Oscar Peterson – Thy Heart was a Lamp in the World of Jazz

| January 13, 2008

Oscar Peterson Heaven is now enriched by the sweet sounds of celestial jazz by the greatness of a noble man called Oscar Peterson. On the 23rd day of December of the year 2007, this giant of Jazz, died at 82 years of age in his home in Mississauga, Ontario. When word of this great loss […]

Chronic Neck Pain Improved by Strength Training – Study from Denmark

| January 10, 2008

 Chronic   Neck   Pain A new study has found that specific strength training locally of the neck and shoulder muscles led to significant prolonged relief of neck muscle pain,   while general fitness training resulted in only a small amount of pain reduction. Led by Gisela Sjøgaard and Lars L. Andersen of the National Research Centre for […]

X-Factor’s Rhydian Roberts of Wales Singeth "Somewhere"

| December 9, 2007

 X Factor Rhydian Roberts is shaking up Britain with his appearances on the X Factor.    The X Factor is a British television music talent show contested by aspiring pop singers drawn from public auditions.    The winner shall receive a one million pound recording contract. We hath an interest in this Welsh Minstrel, as he is […]

Spice Girls Will Rocketh Vancouver – David Beckham a Noble Knight Must Wait

| December 1, 2007

Spice Girl Power Lady  Emma,  Geri,  Mel B.,  Melanie C.  and  Victoria, our Spice Knights,  will commence their World Tour in the picturesque Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on December 2, 2007.     The Spice Girls  doth fly in the airplane to be named perhaps “Spice One”.      Lady Victoria’s husband Sir David Beckham cannot ride to Vancouver, as […]

Migraine Sufferer’s Brains are Structurally Different – Latest Neurology Study

| November 23, 2007

Migraines A Neurology study by Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, found differences in the sensory areas of the brains of people who develop migraines.    The somatossensory cortext area of the brain was up to 21% thicker in migraine sufferers compared to people who are free from the debilitating headaches.    The cortext area processes pain and […]

Helio, Mel B. and Marie Mambo into the Finals of Dancing with the Stars

| November 21, 2007

Spicy Finals   Camelot doth love a Joust of the Dance.  Dancing with the Stars has been a great ride this season and next week we will see the final Joust.  The final three hast shone with laughter which makes us love them more.  Behold some of the most enchanting dances of these great performers. […]

Lack of sleep linked with Reduced Brain Ability – Berkeley Neural Investigation

| November 8, 2007

Lack of Sleep Research teams at the University of California, Berkeley, and Harvard Medical School have completed the first set of experiments that demonstrate that healthy people’s brains are not able to cope with normal emotional challenges when deprived of sleep.  The findings are published in the journal Current Biology. This clinical evidence suggests that […]