Too much "junk in the trunk" isn't just a cosmetic concern anymore. Excess buttocks fat, especially in women, can reduce the effectiveness of vaccines, painkillers, contraceptives and anti-nausea drugs that are typically injected into the buttocks' gluteal muscles, researchers report.Technorati Tags: Hilarious Journal Articles, Obesity, Injections
"We are the first to report that the majority of intramuscular injections into the buttocks are not effective in the Western adult population," said Victoria O. Chan, a researchers at The Adelaide and Meath Hospital in Dublin, Ireland, and the lead researcher on the study.
Monday, November 28, 2005
Hilarious Journal Articles #29: Big Bottoms Can Weaken Effectiveness of Injected Drugs
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