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Zamora has been having painkilling injections to get through games but the injury is becoming a major concern and an operation is looking increasingly likely.
Spinner Swann is such an integral part of the Test side, that he has already had a painkilling injection to ensure he can play.
Brian Miller allegedly buzzed painkilling gas Entonox - a mix of nitrous oxide and oxygen used by mums during labour.
SCIENTISTS have discovered how the opium poppy makes the painkilling drugs morphine and codeine.
CLASSICAL music star Katherine Jenkins has had a painkilling injection to start her UK tour - after being injured while running.
He returned against Madrid in the return Group D game last week but required a painkilling injection in order to play against United.
Ambulance crews administered painkilling drugs to the patient and worked with fire crews to remove the woman from the car," said the spokesman.
But tests found fatal levels of an anti depressant drug, in her blood but no painkilling drugs.
Defender De Zeeuw (toe) needed painkilling injections to get through the win over Charlton and like striker Heskey (calf), has not trained all week.
They are believed to have taken morphine sulphate, a painkilling drug also known as MST, found at the home of one of the youths still in hospital.
Other articles in this series have presented the stories of teens who've abused LSD, cocaine, and painkilling drugs.
But he has to play with a painkilling injection and is sure to lack fitness due to missing training, so the Gers captain may take it easier then normal.
He swallowed the painkilling pills that allowed him to play last season.
The report - released after Ryder was sentenced to probation and community service for stealing from a Beverly Hills department store - notes she had eight different painkilling drugs and a syringe on her when she was arrested for shoplifting last year.
Morphine is a powerful painkilling drug with a well-known downside.