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BOTOX Now Approved for Crow’s Feet

Recently, the FDA approved the use of Botox for wrinkles along the sides of the eyes, otherwise called crow’s feet. We all know that as we get older, changes in our facial skin occur. One of these changes is the appearance of these crow’s feet on the sides of our face. These wrinkles are caused

Significance and role of oestrogen in women

Oestregen (also spelled Estrogen) is a group of compounds, that act as the primary female sex hormone. The name oestrogen is derived from ‘oistros’ meaning the fertility period of female and ‘gonos’ means to generate.Natural oestrogens are steroid hormones. The main function of Oestrogen is to mantain and regulate menstruation cycle and oestrous or reproductive

ACC/AHA Release New Guidelines: Confirm The True Diet Program

The American Heart Association (AHA) and the American College of Cardiology (ACC) recently released new guidelines on the management of overweight and obesity in adults. These guidelines very closely parallel the program The True Diet (TTD), created by Dr. Robert True. Here are some of the highlights of these ACC/AHA guidelines. Identify adults who may

Amazing Transformations in Breast Augmentation

This is a collection of some of the amazing transformations that Dr True’s patients achieved through Breast augmentation surgery. The original video we created ran well over 2 hours! Keeping in mind the short attention span of viewers we have cut down the length to 5 minutes! If you like the video then do not

Cinnamon to Help You Lose Weight

Who would have thought that something so tasty and spicy could help you lose weight Burning off some of those carbs and sugar calories, especially around the holidays, especially around the holidays, can be difficult. To lose weight, your body must do this very efficiently and effectively. Cinnamon can help you keep your blood sugar

Study finds link between statins and memory impairment

Research suggests that the commonly prescribed statin pravastatin may adversely affect cognitive function. Neil Marrion, Professor of Neuroscience at the University of Bristol’s School of Physiology and Pharmacology, United Kingdom, and colleagues studied the effect of the commonly prescribed statins pravastatin and atorvostatin on learning and memory in rats. Results showed that pravastatin significantly impaired


Acne vulgaris (commonly named as acne) is a very common skin disease. Acne is also known as pimples or zits. Usually acne is formed because of the excess oil getting trapped in the pores of the hair follicles Although acne is most common in adolescence boys and girls but it may appear in all ages.