Forget about going to the doctor for a shot, locate your nearest tattoo parlor because researchers in Germany have observed that a greater amount of antibodies are produced when a rapidly vibrating tattoo instrument delivers vaccinations into a patient's body.
Over the past 100 years, tattoos have become a large part of human culture and may now become the newest form of therapeutic art. In recent studies on mice, the tattooed vaccination developed 16 times as many antibodies than the traditional needle produced.
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More Effective Than Traditional Shot
- By: Candice GabrielleFeb 8, 2008