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Botox is a drug made from a toxin produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. It's the same toxin that causes a life-threatening type of food poisoning called botulism. Doctors use it in small doses to treat health problems, including, temporary removal of facial wrinkles, severe underarm sweating, cervical dystonia - a neurological disorder that causes severe neck and shoulder muscle contractions, blepharospasm - uncontrollable blinking, strabismus - misaligned eyes. Botox injections work by weakening or paralyzing certain muscles or by blocking certain nerves. The effects last about three to four months. Side effects can include pain at the injection site, flu-like symptoms, headache and upset stomach. Injections in the face may also cause temporary drooping eyelids. You should not use Botox if you are pregnant or breast feeding.
Non-endoscopic procedure effective in treating severe chronic migraine headaches

Non-endoscopic procedure effective in treating severe chronic migraine headaches

VMGI enters into MOU with Power Shark Capital for distribution of beauty and cosmetic products

VMGI enters into MOU with Power Shark Capital for distribution of beauty and cosmetic products

Study on effect of Botox on depression

Study on effect of Botox on depression

Beverly Hills Physicians receives ALLERGAN PARTNER PRIVILEGES Top 50 award

Beverly Hills Physicians receives ALLERGAN PARTNER PRIVILEGES Top 50 award

Study: Rise of 'selfies' have huge impact on facial plastic surgery industry

Study: Rise of 'selfies' have huge impact on facial plastic surgery industry

GLNT study to evaluate abnormal muscle tone caused by neurological disorders

GLNT study to evaluate abnormal muscle tone caused by neurological disorders

Researchers review effectiveness of Botox injections for overactive bladder symptoms

Researchers review effectiveness of Botox injections for overactive bladder symptoms

FDA approves use of Botox Cosmetic to treat crow's feet

FDA approves use of Botox Cosmetic to treat crow's feet

Using Botox as weight loss tool in rats

Using Botox as weight loss tool in rats

Botox Cosmetic receives FDA approval for treatment of crow’s feet lines

Botox Cosmetic receives FDA approval for treatment of crow’s feet lines

Botox also treats facial nerve disorders that occur after Bell's palsy

Botox also treats facial nerve disorders that occur after Bell's palsy

Aquavit Pharmaceuticals signs licensing agreement with U-Bio Med for microneedle technology

Aquavit Pharmaceuticals signs licensing agreement with U-Bio Med for microneedle technology

State highlights: Conn. bill would maintain coverage for low-income parents; Wis. may pay hospitals for uninsured care; Is hospital data sale a risk to patient privacy?

State highlights: Conn. bill would maintain coverage for low-income parents; Wis. may pay hospitals for uninsured care; Is hospital data sale a risk to patient privacy?

First Edition: June 5, 2013

First Edition: June 5, 2013

Majority of children with spastic cerebral palsy experience long-term benefits of SDR

Majority of children with spastic cerebral palsy experience long-term benefits of SDR

Peripheral neuropathic pain patch treatments: an interview with Anne Hodgkins, Astellas Pharma

Peripheral neuropathic pain patch treatments: an interview with Anne Hodgkins, Astellas Pharma

Study results support new view of molecules important for nerve cell signaling

Study results support new view of molecules important for nerve cell signaling

Athletes with vocal cord disorder inappropriately treated for exercise-induced asthma

Athletes with vocal cord disorder inappropriately treated for exercise-induced asthma

Facial plastic surgeon adds Pelleve Wrinkle Reduction System into Main Line Center for Laser Surgery

Facial plastic surgeon adds Pelleve Wrinkle Reduction System into Main Line Center for Laser Surgery