Chronic neck pain may result from neck muscle strains, neck joint wearing and tearing due to aging, and diseases including rheumatoid arthritis, cancer and meningitis, according to Mayo Clinic. Injuries to the neck and p... More »

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Conditions that may cause pain in the neck include injuries, activities that can harm the neck and medical conditions, notes WebMD. Other conditions that may lead pain in the neck are nerve compression and worn joints, s... More »

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Cervical spondylosis is a common cause of chronic neck pain, reports the New York Times. The condition results from abnormal wear on the cartilage and bones of the cervical spine. More »

Chronic neck pain that extends down the arm and reaches the hands and fingers may indicate a cervical herniated disc, according to Spine-health. A slowly developing neck pain that manifests while doing particular activit... More »

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The common symptoms of meningitis include the sudden onset of high fever, nausea, headache and stiffness in the neck, according to Mayo Clinic. More serious symptoms such as disorientation, seizures, skin rashes and disc... More »

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Chronic watery diarrhea is often caused by viruses, bacteria or parasites from contaminated water or food and medications, such as antibiotics that disturb the intestines' balance of bacteria, explains Mayo Clinic. Peopl... More »

Injury, muscle tension or strain, and certain diseases or conditions may cause neck pain, states Healthline. Rarely, the pain may result from cancer of the spine, congenital abnormalities, abscesses, infections or tumors... More »

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