In the News: 03/04

Chicken Shots: Back To The Coop New research has shown a popular osteoarthritis treatment-hyaluronic acid injections-to be ineffective. The investigation, conducted by the Boston University School of Medicine, pooled data from 22 studies comparing hyaluronic acid injections (referred to as chicken shots because hyaluronic acid is extracted from chicken combs) and a salt-water-based placebo. Researchers found little difference in results between the two groups. …
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