Government will launch campaign against botched Botox and fillers
The UK's Department of Health and Social Care will warn people about the risks of dermal fillers which can cause uncontrollable swelling, as happened to Billie Roocroft and...
23 hours ago - Daily Mail - 3 articles
How painless muscle-paralysing Botox 'pistol' can stop excessive sweating without injections
In excessive sweating, Botox works to block nerve signals that instruct the sweat glands to produce liquid. Dr Rekha Tailor, a GP and aesthetic practitioner from Surrey, offers...
2 days ago - Daily Mail
Can Botox and Cosmetic Surgery Chill Our Relationships With Others?
Experts say mirroring another person's facial expressions is essential not only for recognizing emotion, but also for feeling it.
4 days ago - NY Times
Botox Relieves Overactive Bladders
Botox, the popular injection used to banish smile lines and wrinkles around the eyes, is now being used to soothe overactive adult bladders when overactive bladder take oral...
11 days ago - Active Beat
UCI Health pain management expert uses Botox to treat migraines in children
IN THE NEWS: UCI Health anesthesiologist Dr. Shalini Shah discussed her use of Botox to manage migraine pain in children with Spectrum News 1 . Shah, chief of pain services for...
12 days ago - UC Irvine Health
Americans spent a record $16.5 billion on plastic surgery last year
Botox, though one of the least expensive procedures at $397 a pop, was the biggest money grabber, taking in $2.95 billion, according to the latest American Society of Plastic...
12 days ago - Daily Mail
Health Canada Plans to Suspend Allergan's Breast Implant License
Health Canada said on Thursday it was advising Allergan Plc of the regulator's plans to suspend the license for the Botox-maker's Biocell breast implants, after a review...
17 days ago - Medscape - 2 articles
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New Study Revealed How Obesity, Insulin Resistance Affects Cognition
Chronic activation of receptors Adora1a and Adora2a on endothelial cells and chronic inflammation caused by fat could make blood brain barrier fragile.
Not Drinking Enough Water Can Make Kids' Consume More Sugary Drinks
Do you drink enough water every day? Kids who drink less water may tend to consume more sugary drinks, reveals a new study.
Cancer patients could be matched to a personalised drug via a blood test
A study by the Cancer Research UK Manchester Institute found analysing a 'small volume' of a patient's blood for 'faulty DNA' allowed doctors to gather genetic information...
Skipping Breakfast May Up Risk of Death from Heart Disease
Skipping breakfast can increase the risk of death from heart disease and stroke. However, eating a healthy breakfast regularly can protect your heart health.
Diabetes in People Under 40: Risk Factor for Cardiovascular Disease and Death
People under age 40 diagnosed with type 2 diabetes face excess risk of cardiovascular disease and death, stated new research.
HIV Ups Risk of NAFLD and Progressive Liver Disease
Latest studies confirmed the increasing burden of NAFLD in people with HIV infection as viral hepatitis prevalence and associated mortality decline.
Soft Bedding: A Primary Cause of Infant Suffocation During Sleep
Soft bedding is the primary cause of sleep-related suffocation deaths among babies, finds a new study.
Garlic Reduces Aging-related Memory Problems
Dietary administration of garlic containing allyl sulfide could help maintain healthy gut microorganisms and improve cognitive health in the elderly.
High Rates of Liver Disease Progression Seen in Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver...
Within 10 years of diagnosis, up to 11% of patients with NAFLD/NASH had progressed to advanced liver diseases and up to 27% of patients with NAFLD/NASH and CC had developed...
Improve your gut health to avoid mental disorders
Gut bacteria might hold the key to alleviating anxiety, depression, and possibly even post-traumatic stress disorder. The latest research suggests that the health of the gut...