FDA Approves Tranquilizer Dart Gun For Rowdy Kids That Puts Them To Sleep


The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced that it has approved pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson’s request to produce and sell tranquilizer dart guns specially developed to put kids to sleep. The alleged new medical device would allow parents to put a child to sleep within four seconds, and is said to have no serious long-term consequences on the child’s health.
This new tool, designed to aid parents with their children, is said to have a practical reach estimated between 30 to 40 m with drugging effects lasting between 6 to 8 hours per injection. However, Johnson & Johnson advises parents not to use the tranquilizer gun more than 3 to 4 times per day, per child, to prevent any physical dependence to the medical device.

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