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Yearly Archives: 2014

Your Guide to a Mommy Makeover

Mommy makeovers are becoming more and more popular. However, it’s difficult to come up with accurate numbers for how many “mommy makeovers” that have occurred in recent years. It’s a marketing term and not a surgical one. These mothers want to stay young and feel young and preserve their bodies. With the advent of social …

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What is Gynecomastia?

Gynecomastia is a common endocrine disorder in which up to 70% of adolescent boys experience and causes benign enlargement of breast tissue in males. This growth is attributed to disturbances in the endocrine system that leads to an increase in the ratio of estrogen and androgens. Some cases have shown that gynecomastia in puberty will …

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What is the Perfect Breast Size?

Are you also curious about who has the best breasts of them all? According to a scientific formula which stipulates the ideal positions of the nipples and is also backed by a public poll found that the Duchess of Cambridge and Scarlett Johansson have the best breasts of them all. They found that 45 percent …

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RealSelf: The Yelp for Plastic Surgeons

Now there is a Yelp for plastic surgeons. The website is called RealSelf – where you can research treatments, get personalized answers from medical experts, and choose from over 12,000 board-certified doctors for your procedures. RealSelf was founded in 2006 and since then has created the world’s largest community for sharing information about cosmetic surgeries. …

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Chiropractic Care

Back pain is the number one reason why Americans visit the chiropractor.  Approximately 7.7 million or 35% of Americans seek relief caused by back pain annually. Chiropractors use hands-on spinal manipulation and other alternative treatments in order to control healing processes. The idea behind this is that the proper alignment of the body’s musculoskeletal system …

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The Health Benefits of Massages

Do you like a good massage? Like everyone else I’m sure no one would turn down a massage if you were tired enough and needed one. Massages are no longer out of reach for ordinary folks and you don’t have to go to a luxury spa or upscale health club to get one either. They …

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ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Certainly you have heard of the ALS Ice Bucket challenge by now.  Many people have been roped into it and notable celebrities have participated including: Conan O’Brien, Larry Page, Adam Levine, Vince McMahon, and many others. But what is the ALS Ice Bucket challenge? It is an activity which involves dumping a bucket of ice …

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Facelift – Is it Right For You?

In our office, we don't have a one-size-fits-all approach to changing someone's face. Every person begins with a naturally beautiful and unique look, but over time our corners begin to sag or our skin may develop dark spots. However, we've met very few people that need to rebuild a completely new face. Most patients simply need …

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Acupuncture

Acupuncture has become more mainstream in recent years. It was reported that in 2007 3.1 million tried acupuncture compared to 2002 when only approximately 2 million people reportedly tried it.. Acupuncture reportedly originated from ancient China but its evolutions there are unclear. It made its great exposure in the West in 1971, when NYT reporter …

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Fast Food can be healthy

We all know that fast food is bad, but can it affect your children too? A recent study has confirmed that a bad diet can affect your children in ways that we previously had not considered. The study was published in Nutrition Journal and takes a look at how Western diets can affect people’s immune …

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