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|Researchers at the University of New Mexico's Health Sciences Center believe they have found a way to make patients less fearful of needles — decorate them with butterflies, flowers and smiley faces.|
|The researchers said the decorated needles can increase the quality of care when patients are less stressed.
Such decorations likely interfere with an established link between visual recognition of a perceived threat and the subsequent emotional response to that threat, the study suggested.
Needles, syringes and IV bags decorated with musical notes, flowers and smiley faces were highly favored by patients, the researchers said.
Originally Posted by dingogirl
I wonder what the shot for adults has on it? Nudie pix?
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