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New Posts, Old Posts, Recent Posts, Good Posts, etc. They're all not the same!
BrenBren30813 posted:
I have to jump in and post this tip because I'm running into members who need there questions answered in a more timely manner, yet they keep posting their questions to threads as old as 12 months!

Just because the tabs on the right side of your screen says, "Popular Discussions" doesn't mean that the members who posted that thread, or participated in that thread, are still a part of this Pain Management Exchange (or even check the discussion again). These posts are just the ones that have generated the highest tally for responses. Be sure to check the dates of the posts you would like to participate in and if you have a question that warrants an immediate response, then post start your own thread. If you have to comment on an oldie, but goodie, then go right ahead. The "Most Recent Discussions" are acutally recent.
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