Capsaicin “Chili Pepper” Patch Beats Lyrica for Peripheral Neuropathic Pain

By | December 17, 2015

Capsaicin “Chili Pepper” Patch Beats Lyrica for Peripheral Neuropathic Pain
Qutenza A skin patch containing a synthetic version of capsaicin, the active ingredient in chili peppers, offers pain relief compared with Lyrica, but with faster pain relief, fewer side effects and greater treatment satisfaction, a new study concludes.
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Father of slain toddler tells how he learned of death
Bond had told a defense attorney in 2011 that she was bipolar, prescribed Klonopin, and had been in a methadone program for 10 months. Amoroso said that both he and his mother called complaints of neglect into DCF. The agency has confirmed that two …
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