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Sinusitis treatment developed from marine life

Researchers are developing a new nasal spray, derived from a marine microorganism. The spray is designed to help clear blocked sinuses, associated with chronic sinusitis.

Video: Anti-suicide nasal spray gets $3 million in Pentagon grant

Depression and suicide rates in the military are at an all time high. It’s been estimated that more soldiers in America’s army are taking their own lives each day and surpassing the amount killed in combat.

Nasal spray vaccine to stop heart attacks developed

Lund - Researchers at the Lund University in Sweden say they have achieved a major breakthrough in the prevention of heart attacks. They say they have developed a vaccine that can prevent heart attacks by drastically reducing fat in the arteries.

Nasal spray could treat anxiety

A nasal spray has been developed which could treat anxiety and panic attacks. The spray allows a chemical to rapidly reach the brain and it functions by altering brain neurons, instilling a calmer behavior.

World first nasal spray vaccine for Diabetes Type 1 trial success

Melbourne - The world’s first vaccine to prevent the development of Diabetes Type 1 has been unveiled in Australia. The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute trial indicates that their nasal spray desensitizes the body’s immune response to insulin.

Nasal spray helps people fight their fears

Australian researchers claim a nasal spray containing an antibiotic, used to treat tuberculosis may also help people to overcome fears of public speaking, performing karaoke and other public functions.
 

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Demo-1: SpaceX Falcon 9 is Vertical at Launch Complex 39A
4 hours ago.
Demo-1: SpaceX Falcon 9 is Vertical at Launch Complex 39A 4 hours ago.
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Staff Sgt. Chaya Fletcher  51st Fighter Wing  receives the FluMist Nasal Spray Flu Vaccine at Osan A...
Staff Sgt. Chaya Fletcher, 51st Fighter Wing, receives the FluMist Nasal Spray Flu Vaccine at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea
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Naloxone  known as Narcan  is a nasal spray that can reverse an opioid or heroin overdose.
Naloxone, known as Narcan, is a nasal spray that can reverse an opioid or heroin overdose.
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