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  • Copaxone for RRMS
    Copaxone (glatiramer acetate injection)no longer a daily injection for RRMS
    For those who suffer from Relapsing and Recurring Multiple Sclerosis (RRMS), and are on Copaxone; it may no longer be necessary to take a daily injection. For those who inject 20 mg. of the drug daily, Copaxone is now available in both the 20 mg....
  • Foam
    Oxygen particle foam injects into the blood
    Geobeats posted their video report on injectable oxygen to The Examiner Tuesday, April 8, 2014. The injectable oxygen particle foam was developed at Boston Children's Hospital. It is meant to be injected directly into the blood. The discovery...
  • osteoarthritis
    Prolotherapy shows efficiency for knee osteoarthritis.
    Regenerative injection therapy known as prolotherapy, has shown to improve consistently pain in people suffering from knee osteoarthritis in a small study published online in the journal of alternative medicine on March 17, 2014. Starting as early...
  • EVIZO new narcan injection by prescription
    FDA approves opiate antidote
    On Thursday the U.S Food and Drug Administration made the decision to approve a prescription treatment that can be used by family members or caregivers to treat a person known or suspected to have had an opioid overdose. The drug, Evzio, has now...
  • The Benefits of Sugar Injections: Prolotherapy for Joints
    The benefits of sugar injections: Prolotherapy for joints
    A sugar water injection as a medical procedure may sound unusual to you, but this cutting-edge technique has already proven its efficiency by helping many patients with chronic pain. Prolotherapy, also known as sugar injections can relief the...
  • Rare meningitis five have died back pain steroid shot
    Rare meningitis five have died back pain steroid shot
    Clinics and medical centers across the United States have been put on high alert and are notifying patients who received a shot for back pain. Thursday thousands of patients in 23 states have been contacted.Fungi meningitisThe Food and Drug...
  • Ultrasound can get medicine to permeate skin painlessly, researchers discover
    Ultrasound can get medicine to permeate skin painlessly, researchers discover
    A painless alternative to injecting drugs under the skin is one step closer today according to a press release issued by MIT on Sept. 14, 2012. Utilising a novel ultrasound mechanism to propel medications through the skin surface and into the body...
  • Hypodermic Needle
    Painless, needle-free injections promised by new laser technology
    Korean researchers have discovered a way to inject drugs through the skin, painlessly and without a needle. The research, published today in the journal Optics Letters, from the Optical Society, is a world first achievement. They have developed a...
  • Illicit drugs
    Injected meth associated with increased attempted suicide risk
    There is nothing naturally healthy about the use of illicit drugs when considering the risk/benefit analysis. All illicit drugs carry the potential of serious side effects and even possible death. Now a study which has shown an association between...
  • botox
    FDA green lights Botox for bladder problems
    Botox the latest treatment for urinary incontinence Botox known for its treatment of crow’s feet and facial wrinkles has now been granted FDA approval to be used as a treatment for people with overactive bladders with neurological conditions...
  • Injection Marinading
    Marinades, Brines, and Rubs: Injection Marinades
    Injection marinating is the last method to be discussed in this series on flavoring BBQ meats. Injection is the process of adding liquids into a special syringe made to inject meats with a flavored liquid. BBQers who like to fry whole turkeys use...