Published in Physician Law Weekly, February 10th, 2010
According to a survey conducted by ADSAM and SenseUS polling companies, about 60 percent of physicians feel troubled about the safety of taking diet pills. Not surprisingly, while physicians feel negatively about the safety of over-the-counter diet pills, they are much more comfortable about the use of injections like Botox and Restylane or even breast implants.
The results were surprising, considering America's obsession with remaining fit and youthful.
Additionally, the same survey showed that...
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