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New non-opioid pain reliever can target immune cells

The discovery of a non-opioid drug’s miraculous ability to target macrophages on immune cells rather than targeting nerve cells directly could revolutionise our understanding of pain medicine.

Ambient air pollution stunts airway growth in children

A new study has highlighted the relationship between environmental air pollutants and stunted airway growth in children under the age of 16.

STUDY: Food allergy research in SA

What proportion of children with egg and peanut allergies outgrow their allergies after five years? Professor Claudia Gray’s work shows unexpectedly high rates of food allergy in children with eczema

Invenico secures rights to distribute Antigermix

Local health investment and financing startup Invenico has secured the distribution rights for Antigermix, a landmark ultrasound probe disinfection system produced by French company Germitec.

Pharmacy Magazine crossword competition terms and conditions

These are the standard terms and conditions for competitions conducted or organised by Pharmacy Magazine.

Revolutionary discovery to reduce sensitivity to allergies

Researchers have found a way to silence the allergic inflammation in mice with a form of immune transfer and gene therapy allowing the immune system to become tolerant of previous allergens.