|By PR Newswire||
|December 4, 2013 08:40 AM EST|
SAN ANTONIO, Dec. 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Pain.com, www.Pain.com, proudly introduces our redesigned website. Some of the exciting new features include a 3D spinning model named PIP, Recipes for Pain and Health, and Healthy Tips.
PIP, the Person in Pain, is the interactive rotating 3D model with a twist. Literally. When someone hovers over a body part, a box pops up giving the consumer the most relevant, up-to-date information in the fields of pain and pain management.
The Recipes for Pain and Health gives consumers easy, delicious, and printable recipes. This empowers individuals to make educated choices in both the food they purchase and their food preparation.
The initial Recipes for Pain and Health are provided by Catherine Shanahan, MD. www.DrCate.com. She stated, "Good health doesn't have to be so complicated. I suggest we redirect our focus away from 'risk factors' and pay more attention to what we eat, where our food comes from, and how we cook it."
The Healthy Tips element changes daily with useful and practical advice. Readers find these tips provide unique information on a broad range of topics. These tips are also shared on the Pain.com Facebook page. www.facebook.com/pain.com.
Pain.com. Your pain management resource. Have a pain free day.
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