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Men’s Health: More than Movember

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Since 2003, the award-winning organization Movember has been raising men’s health awareness by asking men around the world to use the month of November to grow a mustache, and then to promote their mustache-growing effort in a way that rallies people to donate to health programs that fight prostate and testicular cancer. Movember’s annual, global… READ MORE

Happy Starts with Healthy Habits

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The plastic surgery world is the intersection for medicine, beauty and lifestyle. Our patients’ lifestyle habits are actually an important part of what we do because, in the long run, those habits can make or break the effects of a procedure. When we consult with our patients on the best ways to prepare their bodies… READ MORE

Dress for Success: Looking and Feeling Good In Your Clothes

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Pear, apple, hourglass, rectangular: our bodies come in many different shapes, types and sizes. However, there is no such thing as a “perfect body” – everyone has their own preference on how their own body should look like, and what they are attracted to. Everybody (and every body) has their own unique style and shape…. READ MORE

Cosmetic Solutions for Common Complaints

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When you go to your high school reunion, you don’t want your classmates to squint at your name tag in confusion. Instead, you want them to instantly recognize you and think that you look well-rested and “good” for your age. In the past there was only one way to resurrect your face: it took a… READ MORE

Cosmetic Procedural Statistics 2011 from the American Society of Aesthetic Surgery

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NEW YORK, NY (March 20, 2012) – The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) today released their 15thannual multi-specialty procedural statistics. The Aesthetic Society, which has collectedplastic surgery procedural statistics since 1997, says the overall number of cosmetic procedures has increased 197 percent since the tracking of the statistics first began. Almost 9.2 million cosmetic surgical and nonsurgical procedures… READ MORE