Monthly Archives: December 2016

New ‘Spicy’ Pain Reliever

New ‘Spicy’ Pain Reliever New ‘Spicy’ Pain Reliever has FDA Fast Track Designation The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has given “fast track” designation to an injectable pain reliever containing a synthetic form of capsaicin.  Capsaicin is the active ingredient that makes chili peppers spicy. First Use of Capsaicin as Analgesic The move speeds the development of […]

Feet Pajamas

New Feet Pajamas? What You Should Know   The following helpful suggestions are  from on-line bloggers’ experiences with Feet Pajamas… Babies Babies spend a lot of time in footed pajamas or similar kinds of clothing. They also spend a great deal of their day being slid into or out of assorted baby holders — swings, […]

Fat Grafting Foot Pain

Fat Grafting Foot Pain – Restoring Fat Loss in the Bottom of the Foot A breakthrough in treating foot pain is getting worldwide attention, Fat Grafting Foot Pain. Fran Borovitz liked to walk with her friends, but couldn’t do it anymore.  “The ball of my foot, all across there, it was like bone. There was very little […]

Elderly Non-Hip Fractures

Elderly Non-Hip Fractures – An article from the University of Helsinki, Finland Elderly Non-Hip Fractures – Hip fracture in the elderly is the most common fracture requiring hospitalization. Most of the fracture and mortality research has concentrated on hip-fracture mortality in elderly patients. These fractures are frequently related to low bone mineral density and are […]

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