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New drug delivery-method makes injections obsolete
Patients who hate receiving medication through injections are in luck. According to a recent study by MIT, a newly-developed drug capsule bypasses the need for shots by injecting medicine directly into a patient's organs.
Fox News says meningitis outbreak result of government regulation
Andrew Napolitano, political and senior judicial analyst for Fox News Channel, said government regulation is to blame for the deadly outbreak of fungal meningitis in the U.S.
Op-Ed: Microchip medicine destroys privacy
From pacemakers to artificial hips, people are getting more familiar with new technology placed in their bodies, but imbedding microchips still raises many privacy concerns.
Lethal Injections; Too cruel for criminals?
Some prisoners executed by lethal injection in the United States may die of suffocation while they are still conscious and in pain.
Injections Could Make High Heels Like 'Walking On Pillows'
Many women have a love-hate relationship with their heels -- Helen Vaynerov has a closet full of them. They're nice to look at, she says, but excruciating to wear.
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