As is the case with ice, tiny gel particles used in the medication are made slippery by a thin film of liquid water

Ice in and of itself isn't slippery – it becomes slippery when friction causes a thin layer of liquid water to form on top of it. Scientists have now applied that same basic principle to an injectable medication that could be used to treat osteoarthritis.

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