Taking Ibuprofen Could Help Fight Off Parkinson’s Disease

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Ibuprofen could reduce risk of Parkinson’s Disease.

Taking ibuprofen just two or three times a week could reduce the risk of developing Parkinson’s disease by a third, scientists have found.  Researchers discovered that adults who regularly take the painkiller are significantly less likely to go on to develop the debilitating condition.

New Painkiller as Strong as Morphine Developed From Snail Spit

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The marine cone snail produces a combination of chemicals in its saliva that could make a very effective painkiller.

Scientists have developed a new pain-relief pill from a chemical used by sea snails to catch their prey. It was found to be as effective as morphine for relieving the most severe forms of pain but without the added risk of addiction.

 

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Is There Really A Cure For A Hangover?

Is There Really A Cure For A Hangover? 

The French call it “la gueule de bois,” or wooden mouth. For Germans, it’s “Kater,” or a tomcat. Japanese know it as “futsukayoi,” or “two-days drunk.” But whatever the language and wherever it takes place, a hangover is the same: headache, nausea, shaking, blurred vision, biliousness, dry mouth… the list of evils is long.

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