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Physicians that Come to You

No doubt you have heard of apps such as Uber and Lyft. They’re both mobile apps that connect passengers with drivers of vehicles for hire and ridesharing services. These have both picked up in popularity and have reached every major city in the United States. It’s easy. You click a button that you want a cab and then one shows up in as quickly as a few minutes. What if you could do this with a doctor? This is just what a few companies are working on developing. Having a doctor make house calls was commonplace over a century ago, … Continue reading  

More Perfect Selfies and Celebrity Look ALikes

Everyone wants the perfect selfie right? Now there is an app for that. There is a free iOS app called Beauty Mirror which reshapes an image of your face in real-time which would show you what certain features of your face would look like if they were shaped differently. There are four looks or fourteen filters that adjust parts of your face to make you look “better”. The creators are working with fashion and cosmetic labels to bring this to more consumers. What do you think about an app such as this? Would this compel you to have certain procedures … Continue reading  

Wearble Technology

Wearable tech in medicine is a cool idea. We’ve already got google glass and many physicians are using them in hospitals. Everyone will soon see them in hospitals and clinics worldwide. But what if you could harness the power of wearable monitoring yourself? We’ve seen it before in futuristic sci-fi movies where you can see your heart rate and respiration rate on a virtual heads up display which you can only see. Google announced on Tuesday that they would partner with Novartis to develop a wearable contact lens that could monitor blood sugar levels. The future is closer than you … Continue reading  

New TV Series covers Botched Plastic Surgeries

A new TV series has popped up in the realm of plastic surgery. The plastic surgeons Paul Nassif and Terry Dubrow plan to reverse failed medical procedures. These patients range from a woman with massive breast implants to the man who attempted to look like Justin Bieber. Dubrow states that there is a lot of bad plastic surgery out there that can be changed. He wants to make it known that they are making transformations from ugly to swan. Those that can’t be helped are the plastic surgery junkies. Those who have already had so much plastic surgery that they … Continue reading  

Hand Lifts are Becoming the Latest Rage

Selfies are becoming more and more ubiquitous among today’s society. The efforts made to stop this are far and few. Those that have tried have failed valiantly. Now the selfie trend has transitioned into another realm. Imagine you just received a 3.9 carat princess-cut, platinum engagement ring with a diamond band. But your hand looks scaly and there are sunspots dotting it. Maybe the skin is not tight in the right spots, it’s a bit wrinkly.  You can’t post a picture on instagram or facebook with your diamond engagement ring and have wrinkles or sunspots. This is exactly what Marie … Continue reading  

Benefits of Vegetables

We all know that vegetables are healthy. They can help you lose weight and ever since a young age we are told that they are healthy. However there are some surprising facts that you may not know about vegetables: Vegetables can fight bloat. Vegetables are rich in fibers which can flush out waste and gastric irritants. They also prevent constipation and keep the digestive tract moving. In addition to this they can help balance out the large amount of sodium that is consumed in a typical American diet. If you are experiencing a lot of gas feel free to add … Continue reading  


Do you like to work at home?  It probably gives you the flexibility of being able to take care of things at home while also doing work at the same time. How about visiting the doctor while at home? That’s right! This technology is finally reaching the medical industry in a ground breaking way. Interactive video can now help patients get access to medical specialists without travelling to the hospital. To be defined more formally, it is called telemedicine and can also include a variety of communication methods including: email, smart phones, wireless tools and other forms of telecommunications technology. … Continue reading  

Plastic Surgery Headline Roundup

We all know that there is some interesting plastic surgery news that always pops up every now and then. Here is a round-up of news that has surfaced recently: Want to look like Miranda Kerr? Well a Korean model has already attempted to do so. The South Korean Model Hong Yuh Reum has had multiple surgeries in order to attempt to look like her. Those surgeries included her eyes and her nose. She also wears blue contact lenses and dyes her hair a honey-brown shade and wears makeup to look like Miranda Kerr. She states that these surgeries have wonders … Continue reading  

Running and Common Mistakes made by Beginners

Running can be a great way to stay in shape and shed those pounds. You don’t need access to a gym and you can run almost anywhere. It’s simple and easy! However, if you’re a new runner, necessary precautions should be taken in order to ensure your safety. Many beginners make a lot of mistakes so here are a couple of common ones that you should avoid. Doing too much too soon: Many beginners tackle too much mileage too soon. Often racking up way too much before ever building a strong base. Slowly easing into a training program can be … Continue reading  

Controlling Bone Growth – New Technologies

Plastic surgery can only go so far, because they work primarily with soft tissues. Bone regrowth is not a new technology, but controlling where it grows can be a different issue. It’s a very delicate art and if handled improperly, can lead to disastrous results. Good thing Rice University has created an easier way to produce just the right amount. They have created a gel which makes it much easier. It works by stimulating stem cells to regrow cells, but also dictates where the growth occurs by forming a scaffold that degrades only when the tissue takes it place. So … Continue reading  

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