Published in Women's Health Weekly, July 6th, 2000
The finding, the latest in a series of revelations regarding a class of drugs known as kappa-opioids, illuminates just how intricately wired and discriminating the human brain is.
Kappa-opioids have been clinically available for 40 years, but have long been dismissed as ineffective pain killers. Published studies have suggested that women prefer kappa-opioids to morphine during labor and delivery, but current clinical wisdom dictates that they are...
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