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&#x1F489 Medical Emojis

Emojis are pictographs used in text messages, emails, and other electronic messages. They originated in Japan in the late 1990s and gained worldwide popularity after being added to several cell phone systems. In 2015, Oxford named 😂 its Word of the Year.

To use, copy and paste any emojis you 😍.
💉 Syringe Emoji 💉
👓 Objects, 💉 Medical
💊 Pill Emoji 💊
👓 Objects, 💉 Medical