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October 23, 2012
Source - KING 5 TV
Adolescence can bring some bumps in the road. But 15-year-old Faith Dawson hit a brick wall, in the form of chronic pain. It affected her all through her body and lasted for months. Doctors finally determined Faith's pain was linked to anxiety and to lack of exercise. The causes of pain can be confusing to pinpoint, but the symptoms are real said Seattle Children's Research Institute Dr. Tonya Palermo.
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