BOCA RATON, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–TherapeuticsMD, Inc. (NASDAQ: TXMD), an innovative women’s healthcare company, today announced the commercial availability of Imvexxy™ (estradiol vaginal inserts) 4 mcg dose in the United States. Imvexxy 4mcg is the lowest dose vaginal estrogen product approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for treatment of moderate-to-severe dyspareunia (vaginal pain associated with sexual activity), a symptom of vulvar and vaginal atrophy (VVA), due to menopause. Imvexxy is the only product in its therapeutic class to offer a 4 mcg and 10 mcg dose, the 4 mcg representing the lowest approved dose of vaginal estradiol available.
How is it that you can have too much hair on some places of your body while not enough on others? Seems a little unfair not to mention frustrating, right? After trying out a low-level light therapy helmet with success to combat my own hair loss, which I will chalk up to stress, I decided to go further down the rabbit hole and try out a different light-based device—the Hairmax LaserBand 82, an FDA cleared device that delivers low-level laser therapy to slow hair loss while also stimulating new hair growth. What drew me to this device was unlike my other one the Hairmax device did not require an electrical outlet during use and the treatment time was 90 seconds every other day versus 25 minutes every other day.
Do you hate going to the dentist? The needles and the pain — no fun. Now, there’s new laser technology that’s helping dentists ditch the drills and giving patients a reason to smile.’ MORE “DENTISTS USING LASER TECHNOLOGY WITH NO NEEDLES OR DRILL”
Boca Raton-based TherapeuticsMD began distributing its new product, Imvexxy, to stores recently. It will be available at all major retailers such as CVS, Walgreens and Walmart, as well as small pharmacies.
Young people entering the work force are lacking both the technical and soft skills they need to succeed in the workplace, according to a study released Thursday by the Business Development Board of Palm Beach County.
The Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience (MPFI) announces that Dr. Jason Christie, MPFI Research Group Leader, has been awarded a grant in the amount of $2,082,074 over five-years to support ongoing investigation of neural circuits in the cerebellum that instruct and guide motor learning.
Many everyday tasks require people to represent and combine information from multiple sources. For example, when a person checks the rearview mirror while driving it is important that they maintain information about how far they are from the car in front of them. This information is stored in working memory, a limited-capacity system that allows humans to represent relevant information over short intervals. Information stored in working memory can be assigned different levels of importance. For instance, heavy traffic requires a person to maintain accurate representations of how far they are from other cars on the road. In addition, the relative importance of different sources of information might change at a moment’s notice, like if a car suddenly cuts a person off or if they hear a horn.
Researcher Christoph Rader spent a decade at the National Cancer Institute in Maryland delving into the intricacy of cancer cells.
(PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Sept. 4, 2018) Palm Beach State College has become a hiring pipeline for the nation’s No. 1 eye hospital. Twelve graduates of the Ophthalmic Medical Technology program currently work at the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute in Palm Beach Gardens as ophthalmic technicians, comprising almost one-half of the facility’s technician staff of about 25.