Nearly 1 in 2 swingers uses recreational drugs to intensify sex, survey suggests

Researchers at EPFL have developed a new biodegradable circuit that can be implanted to deliver painkillers to a specific location in the body on demand. When the device is heated up from a source outside the body, it releases a controlled amount of a drug over several days, before safely dissolving away when it's no longer needed... Continue Reading Biodegradable circuits release painkillers in the body before dissolving Category: Medical Tags: Drug Drugs EPFL Implant Medication Resonators

Nearly 1 in 2 swingers uses recreational drugs to intensify sex, survey suggests

Nearly one in two swingers uses recreational drugs to intensify the experience, with women more likely to do so than either straight or bisexual men, suggest the results of a Dutch survey, published ...

Mon 12 Aug 19 from Medical Xpress

Biodegradable circuits release painkillers in the body before dissolving

Researchers at EPFL have developed a new biodegradable circuit that can be implanted to deliver painkillers to a specific location in the body on demand. When the device is heated up ...

Fri 9 Aug 19 from Gizmag

Administration of Antimalarial Drugs Could be Improved by Nanovectors

According to a new study, when two drugs with different properties are encapsulated into nanovesicles enclosed by antibodies, their delivery and efficacy can be considerably improved. The study ...

Mon 12 Aug 19 from AZoNano

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