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What is the recovery time for gastric botox?
The gastric botox procedure is a same-day outpatient procedure. During the procedure, a...
Is gastric botox FDA-approved?
While gastric botox has not been approved by the FDA, the same technique has been used to treat...
Is gastric botox a safer procedure than gastric bypass?
Yes, but the two surgeries are for different patients. Gastric bypass surgery is for morbidly obese...
Who is an ideal candidate for gastric botox?
Gastric botox is ideal for men and women with a body mass index (BMI) between 26 and 40 who wish to...
What kind of results should people expect from gastric botox?
While the number of patients to receive this new treatment is fairly small, typical patients lose...
How does gastric botox reduce hunger?
Similar to how botulinum toxin temporarily paralyzes face muscles responsible for wrinkles, gastric...
What is gastric botox?
Gastric botox is a new endoscopic procedure that speeds up weight loss by using botox to...
How can botox help me lose weight?
Gastric Botox is a new endoscopic procedure that helps jump-start your weight loss efforts by...
How can I avoid weight gain over the holidays?
In recent studies, logging food intake has shown to improve weight loss. Keep a journal of what...
What are some healthy holiday drinks?
Carbonated water flavored with a splash of cranberry juice and lime. Add 1 shot of vodka or other...
How can I prevent bad breath (halitosis)?
Bad breath (halitosis) can be caused by a variety of things, including poor oral hygiene, other...
How is plantar fasciitis treated?
The vast majority of people with plantar fasciitis - 90 percent - respond to conservative measures...
How is hepatitis B diagnosed?
Hepatitis B (HBV), a viral infection of the liver, is diagnosed through eight different blood...
What is hepatitis B?
Hepatitis B is a specific form of hepatitis (a virus that inflames the liver). Known as HBV...
What causes hoarseness?
Hoarseness usually goes away on its own and is rarely a sign of a more serious condition. Causes...