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Foul-Smelling Gas Shows Health Benefits in Reducing Joint Swelling, University of Exeter Study


4/30/2013 8:06:09 AM

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A gas associated with the smell of rotten eggs has proven to effectively reduce joint swelling, in research which could lead to advances in the treatment of arthritis. Scientists at the University of Exeter Medical School have discovered that a novel drug molecule, which slowly generates the gas hydrogen sulfide (H2S), effectively reduces swelling.

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