4/27/2010

U.S. researchers plan to develop a safer pain drug that works by blocking the effect of "heat messengers" after discovering that heat in the body stimulates the capsaicin receptor, a pathway to pain neurons. Capsaicin, the compound that makes chili peppers spicy, is produced by cells in response to heat, causing nerves to feel pain, according to the study.

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