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Botox for Crow's Feet OK'd by FDA

Dr. Jennifer Ashton explains the safety risks of the procedure.
02:22 | 09/12/2013

Transcript for Botox for Crow's Feet OK'd by FDA

Big decision from the fda. They've just approved botox to treat crow's feet. It's the secret weapon in the war against the wrinkles arnold the eyes. Crow's feet. It's the best anti-aging treatment out... See More
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