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- BBC Focus
S. Rigby. Women might not remember pain as much as men. January, 2019.
- Chemical & Engineering News
M. Torrice. Sex differences and pain. July, 2015.
- Discover (“100 Top Stories of 2014”)
L. Marina. Top-to-bottom sex bias in labs skews results. Jan./Feb., 2015.
D. DiSalvo. Why is the placebo effect exploding in the U.S. but nowhere else? October, 2015.
K. Morgan. Could over-the-counter pain relievers be making your back pain worse? May 3, 2022.
G. Critser. Of men and mice: how a twenty-gram rodent conquered the world of science. December, 2007.
K. Engelhart. It’s like a curse. October, 2009.
- Medical Post
D. Duong. Failing women in pain. April, 2019.
- Mother Jones
K. Drum. All those drug ads on TV might be paying off. October, 2015.
- National Geographic
J. Owen. Lab animals stressed out by men, study finds. April, 2014.
- New Scientist
A. Klein. Female mice release banana-scented urine when pregnant to deter males. May 20, 2022.
B. Holmes. Scent of a man. Male sweat stresses out lab mice. April, 2014.
K. McAlpine. Eye-squint-cheeck-bulge means ‘ouch’. May, 2010.
H. Hoag. Brains apart: the real difference between the sexes. July, 2008.
B. Holmes. Grin and bear it. October, 1997.
Unknown. Even mice show empathy for each other. July, 2006.
R. Hollingham. In the realm of your senses. January, 2004.
C. Kalb. Taking a new look at pain. May, 2003.
- O Magazine
G. Graves. Why women are more likely to suffer from chronic pain. April, 2016.
- Psychology Today
N. Lents. Why do we wince when we’re in pain? Sept. 12, 2016
- Quebec Science
Top 10 Discoveries of 2015: For gender equality in the lab. (Pour l’egalite des sexes au labo.) November, 2015.
- Reader’s digest
L. Grainger. How the placebo effect could revolutionise modern medicine. September, 2022.
- Scientific American
J. Marchant. Placebo effect grows in U.S., thwarting development of painkillers. October, 2015.
M. Costandi. Sex divide seen in mechanism that produces persistent pain. July, 2015.
S. Bushwick. Rodents repulsed by reeking male scientists. April 30, 2014.
F. Jabr. Jailbreak rat: selfless rodents spring their pals and share their sweets. December, 2011.
B. Roehr. New report details uphill battle to solve the U.S.’s pain problem. July, 2011.
J. Weaver. Mice pull pained expressions. May 9, 2010.
I. Wickelgren. Why people experience pain differently. August, 2009.
I. Wickelgren. The empathy effect. September/October, 2009.
F.B.M. de Waal. Do animals feel empathy? July, 2007.
- Sports Illustrated
D. Epstein. The truth about pain: it’s in your head. August, 2011.
- The Atlantic
J. Ohikuare. Male scientists’ threat to the integrity of research. April, 2014.
- The Economist
A. Motluk. Sex, writhes and videotape. May, 2014.
L. Spinney. Sex and drugs. July, 2005.
- The New Yorker
B. Morais. Why do mice fear men? May, 2014.
- The New York Times Magazine
A. Sullivan. Stoic redheads (in “The Year in Ideas”). December, 2005.
- The Scientist
A. Manjarrez. Early inflammation protects against chronic pain, study finds. May 12, 2022.
D. Kwon. Men react to repeated painful experiences differently than women do. January, 2019.
A. Keener. Sex differences in pain pathway. June, 2015.
J. Akst. Men trigger mouse stress. April, 2014.
A. Gawrylewski. Animal suffering: unknowable? October, 2008.
A. Gawrylewski. The trouble with animal models. July, 2007.
B. Roehr. Why sex matters in mouse models. July, 2007.
I. Ganguli. Mice show evidence of empathy. June, 2006.
S. Mirsky. Institutional gains on pain. March, 2005.
J. Salodof. Improving the lives of laboratory animals. April, 2004.
J. Adams. Gains in pain research. December, 2003.
- The Translational Scientist
C. Barker. The mouse trap. March, 2016.
N. Feeney. Study: the smell of men stresses out lab mice. April, 2014.
L. Blue. Do readheads really feel more pain? The jury’s still out. August, 2009.
L. Williams. Canada>>The Next Generation. April, 2002.
- U.S. News & World Report
R. Preidt. Lab mice stressed out by men, but not women, study finds. April, 2014.
K. Hobson. Hello, his and her healthcare. March, 2006.
- Women’s Health
N. Johnson. The science behind pain. January, 2007.