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Homemade Morphine?

Sunday, June 21st, 2015:

Yes, that’s right. There might come a day when it becomes a reality. And moreover, it will not involve opium from poppy plants! This is eye-popping since a major ingredient of morphine, a prescribed painkiller, is opium. Thus, the door to DIY and less addicting morphine has become ajar. For more details on this new

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FDA Approves A Mega Opioid Painkiller!

Saturday, November 22nd, 2014:

This powerful opioid-based painkiller is called Hysingla ER, and the ER stands for “Extended Release”. That said, it’s a narcotic that is to provide pain relief, while releasing a certain portion of hydrocodone over a 24-hour period. And moreover, the production of this drug appears to be in response to averting the rise in prescription

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Long-Term Opioid Use For Pain Relief Not Good?

Sunday, October 12th, 2014:

A previous blog post on this website talked about how the U.S. was becoming a painkiller nation. That post discussed how strong painkiller drugs were being prescribed at alarming rates. Now there are some ripples around the medical community stating how long-term use of these opioid-based painkiller drugs are bad for you, and moreover, may

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5 Things To Be Wary Of With Heating Pads

Tuesday, March 5th, 2013:

Heating pads are great because they provide that nice, soothing warmth which reduces back pain and muscle aches all over your body. It is proven that the impact of heat on pain is real. In fact, studies have shown that heat receptors located at the area of pain blocks chemical messengers that tell your brain

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Is The U.S. Becoming A PainKiller Nation?

Sunday, April 22nd, 2012:

Remember the Sci-Fi Channel’s made for TV movie and the TV show “PainKiller Jane“?  I thought it was a pretty cool concept to have this invincibility to injury and death, though Jane Vasco, the heroine in the show, did feel physical pain during the healing process.  The pain was temporary once the serious injuries (e.g.,

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