Botox approved for migraines
SILVER SPRING, Md. A popular beauty treatment has won approval as a medical treatment as well.
The Food and Drug Administration announced Friday the approval of Allergan’s Botox (onabotulinumtoxinA) for preventing headaches in adult patients with chronic migraine.
“Chronic migraine is one of the most disabling forms of headache,” FDA division of neurology products director Russell Katz said. “Patients with chronic migraine experience a headache more than 14 days of the month. This condition can greatly affect family, work and social life, so it’s important to have a variety of effective treatments available.”
Can you please share what are the chemicals or ingredients used with this botox treatment? Surely they have included something on it that will help cure and prevent chronic migraine. Also, please include what are the suggested ages for a person to have this treatment. I’d also ask my friend from colleyville botox about it. Wish to get the important information from this treatment.
Seniors likely won’t sway from benefit plan
WHAT IT MEANS AND WHY IT’S IMPORTANT A plan by health insurer Humana and Walmart to offer a cheap prescription drug plan to seniors who shop at the mass merchandiser may be a little off the mark, if results of the survey of Medicare beneficiaries is to be believed.
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The survey indicated that an overwhelming majority of beneficiaries are satisfied with their coverage and found prices affordable.
Price isn’t the only thing that customers take into consideration, even when economic times are difficult. According to a customer service satisfaction survey by J.D. Powers and Associates, consumers gave significantly higher marks to independent pharmacies than they did to chains — particularly in areas such as the shopping experience and staff — while Walmart actually got a score below the average for mass merchandisers.
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Ryan McLaughlin joins Perrigo
ALLEGAN, Mich. Perrigo on Friday welcomed Ryan McLaughlin as an associate category manager on the company’s nutrition business team. McLaughlin will work closely with the company’s customer business managers and the Perrigo South Carolina nutrition team to connect with store-brand-vitamin consumers, support customers and drive Perrigo’s nutrition business, the company stated.
McLaughlin joined Perrigo in December 2007 as a supervisor of the supply planning process, supporting both over-the-counter and nutrition products.
McLaughlin graduated from the University of Illinois, where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in business administration. McLaughlin currently lives in Grand Rapids, Mich.
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