Tagged: "clinical trial"

Does Botox Really Work For Migraines?

Only four months after receiving FDA approval for the treatment of chronic migraines, Botox is already being doubted as an efficient course of care for those suffering from thes...

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What Does "Off-Label" Mean?

The term "off-label" is often used to describe certain laser or injectable treatments. It indicates the use of a medication or medical device similar to but not the same as the ...

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Could Latisse Be The Cure For Hair Loss?

Have you ever wondered, If Latisse can grow eyelashes, why can't it grow other kinds of hair? Well, Allergan has, and they're planning to experiment with their hugely popular pr...

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Inject Away Your Double Chin?

One of the first places many people show weight gain is in the face-especially in the form of an unflattering double chin. For that reason, we imagine there will be no shortage ...

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Can Botox Cure Baldness?

Is there anything Botox can't do? Aside from its primary wrinkle-relaxing purpose, doctors have used botulinum toxin to alleviate excessive sweating, TMJ, muscle spasms and more...

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An Upcoming Alternative To Botox

Although Botox is currently the only FDA-approved botulinum toxin type A product available, you can expect this to change as other products progress through trials. Reloxin is...

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An Old Drug With A New Purpose

Almost 40 years ago, a vertigo drug called Betahistine was taken off the U.S. market when the FDA began demanding more clinical trials on all medications and the manufacturer si...

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Could Glue Hold Your Browlift In Place?

During a browlift, screws are typically anchored into the scull with drilling to hold muscles that are repositioned or elevated. Now, a formal FDA clinical trial is underway to ...

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The Realities Of Injectable Silicone

You may be hearing about a new permanent filler that is under investigation for lip enhancement and as a dermal filler. Silskin is a brand name for silicone oil that would be co...

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Botox For TMJ

The preferred method for treating TMJ (temporormandibular joint) disorders has been a mouth-guard to prevent damage to the teeth from clenching and grinding. Now, a new treatmen...

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