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Irvine Dermatologist Begins In-office Clinical Studies -- Nissan Pilest, MD Combines Multi-Use Botox in Laser Resurfacing Clinical Studies

... Specific to this study will be resistant lip lines in women over the age of 40. ... (PRWEB) January 1, 2009 -- To find a solution to lip lines (also referred to as "smoker's ... Many women in their 40's and beyond experience lip lines to varying degrees. "Women ...

Lilly Set to Unveil More Than 50 Studies at ASCO 2009

... counts (red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets); tiredness; stomach upset, including nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea; mouth, throat, or lip sores; loss of appetite; rash; and constipation. Call your healthcare professional right away if you have a fever, chills, diarrhea, or mouth ...

DNA 11 Unveils Modern-Day Family Portraits at The Museum of Science and Industry's Smart Home: Green + WIRED Exhibit

... form of art that combines design, technology, science and pop culture. They create contemporary custom portraits from your DNA, fingerprints and lip prints. Each modern art piece is as unique as the person purchasing it. The one-of-a-kind art pieces can be found in the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) ...

Biotechnology Value Fund Urges Stockholders to Remove and Replace Current Board of Avigen, Inc. in an Effort to Protect and Maximize Stockholder Value

... Unlike the current Board, we believe that a merger with MediciNova makes sense for all Avigen stockholders and we cannot understand why only lip service was paid to pursue a deal with MediciNova. Among the extraordinary potential benefits we see in a merger with MediciNova are: ...

DNA 11, Creators of DNA Art, Opens First Pop-up Gallery

... form of art that combines design, technology, science and pop culture. They create contemporary custom portraits from your DNA, fingerprints and lip prints. Each modern art piece is as unique as the person purchasing it. The one-of-a-kind art pieces can be found in the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) ...

DNA 11, Creators of DNA Art, Introduces a More Affordable Line of Custom Portraits for this Year's Gift Giving Season

... is the original creator of DNA Art - the world's most personal form of art. They create contemporary custom portraits from your DNA, fingerprints and lip print. Each modern art piece is as unique as the person purchasing the piece of art; they are masterpieces that combine design, technology, science ...

DNA 11, Creators of DNA Art Goes Global

... is the original creator of DNA Art - the world's most personal form of art. They create contemporary custom portraits from your DNA, fingerprints and lip print. Each modern art piece is as unique as the person purchasing the piece of art; they are masterpieces that combine design, technology, science ...

Reliant Technologies Announces FDA 510(K) Clearance of New Handpieces for Skin Resurfacing and Surgical Applications

... to traditional surgical procedures, enabling physicians to perform laser blepharoplasty, also known as eyelid lifts, vermillionectomy of the lip and excisional procedures such as keloid scar and wart removal. The 2mm Ablative Handpiece can safely remove larger sections of soft tissue, enabling ...

Pixel Bridge Works With Anika Therapeutics to Launch New Website

... the U.S. by Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, Inc.; the ELEVESS(TM) family of aesthetic dermatology products for facial wrinkles, scar remediation and lip augmentation marketed in the U.S. by Artes Medical, Inc.; AMVISC(R), AMVISC(R) Plus, STAARVISC(TM)-II and Shellgel(TM) injectable viscoelastic HA ...

Botaneco Announces Launch of Second Generation Oleosome Product

... said Andrew Baum, President and CEO of Botaneco's parent company, SemBioSys. "Hydresia(TM) G2 can be used in moisturizers, hair and skin cleansers, lip care, color cosmetics, skin lighteners, sun care and baby care products just like our first generation Hydresia(TM) product. In addition to these ...

Champalimaud Foundation Unveils C-TRACER in Hyderabad, India

... of corneas. In one of the most revolutionary procedures in medical science today, doctors at the Institute have also begun using stem cells from the lip to produce corneas for implantation into the blind patient to restore sight. C-TRACER will focus on the following areas: Research and ...

Wisconsin Manufacturing - demise or survival?

... international competition (China) and increasing costs led by skyrocketing health care costs (20%+) per year. This scenario coupled with incredible lip service by our states thought leaders who are willing to write off the industry and no funding to match the federal Manufacturing Extension ...

Are you ready to play the new talent management game?

... and up the hierarchy. Old boy, country-club style management and corporate cultures simply wont work anymore. Are you ready to stop merely paying lip service to diversity and to really change recruiting, development and promotion practices as the US Army did throughout the 1980s and 1990s? 4. ...

Republicans propose sweeping changes to promote investment

... we truly want higher incomes in this state, then we have to change the investment patterns, and that means changing state law. You cant just change lip service to it, you actually have to do something about it. From a technology/business development standpoint, repeal of the shareholder wage/lien ...

Yahoo creates "Brand Fanatics"

... she said. For even greater user participation, indeed creation, Yahoo! Music launched an advertisement featuring Shakira fans dancing and lip syncing to her hit song Hips Don't Lie (www.music.yahoo.com/promos/shakirahipsdontlie) Getting your most avid fans involved in creating content ...

Small-business trends: Intuit sees more mom-preneurs

... businesses in the developing world, is an example of a business organization driving social change. The trend in business is not just to give lip service to investing in that world, Miner said. The course of courses Entrepreneurship education won't just be for business schools ...

Visions: Innovating like Madonna and Willie Nelson (and Steve Jobs)

... to Compete in a Copycat Economy , he intends to deploy some provocative props - Madonna and Willie Nelson. Innovation, he said, gets paid a lot of lip service, but to actually drive constant innovation as a critical part of business strategy, operations, recruiting, and leadership is absolutely ...

Corporate Social Responsibility - Burden, sham, or golden opportunity?

... that Porter is the man who literally wrote the book on competitive strategy. He tells businesses that rather than avoid, fight, or pay lip service to CSR, they should instead "analyze their prospects for social responsibility using the same frameworks that guide their core business ...

Doyle urges Legislature to support biofuels program

... to revive Legislative support for his biofuels program, Gov. Jim Doyle took aim at Republican skeptics, suggesting that GOP lawmakers are paying lip service to energy independence and turning their backs on state farmers, manufacturers, and entrepreneurs. Doyle, in his most pointed remarks to ...
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