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Health Benefits of Yoga

Yoga Benefits We have all been told that Yoga is healthy, but what is it and is it really healthy? From the Mayo clinic, Yoga is a mind-body practice that combines stretching exercises, controlled breathing and relaxation. Yoga dates back to about the mid-3rd millennium and was thought to have originated in the Indus Valley Civilization sites. There are many different variations of yoga across history as the idea spread and became fostered among different societies. Different types of yoga focus on different aspects of the mind or the body. Some styles are also more vigorous than others and can … Continue reading  

Male Buttock Augmentations

Buttock Augmentation for Men Think suffering from a flat butt is only a female problem? Think again. Buttock augmentation is becoming more popular with men in recent years. As men age, they begin to lose fat from their face, hands, buttocks, and other places. With this procedure men have liposuction performed on their abdomen and then that fat is relocated to the buttocks. In 2012 men accounted for 6.2 percent of cosmetic procedures. This number is up significantly from 2.2 percent in 1997. The fashion trend today is for slimmer more form fitting pants, more commonly known as the skinny … Continue reading  

Plastic Surgery Procedures

Interesting Plastic Surgery Procedures Some recent interesting plastic surgeries have popped up recently in the news: palm plastic surgery and pet plastic surgery. Palmistry, or palm reading, is something that is practiced all over the world. It is specifically rooted in Indian astrology and Roman fortune-telling. The goal of palm reading is to study the lines which are in the palm, which can provide insight into the future of someone’s life. The Japanese believe they can tempt fate by using plastic surgery to alter the lines in their palms. The procedure reportedly costs around $1000. The procedure takes about 10 … Continue reading  

More on Obesity

Obesity Continues to Rise It has been recently reported that the amount of Americans exercising has increased, however the obesity rate continues to rise. In our previous blog post we explored the reclassification of obesity by the AMA. The research found that many counties across Georgia, Kentucky, and Florida saw a significant increase in the amount of individuals exercising between 2001 and 2009. However this has had virtually no effect on the obesity rate in those counties, instead they continue to rise. The research also found that in the past 15 years the life expectancy of Americans had increased, however … Continue reading  

Obesity Reclassified by the AMA

Obesity The American Medical Association (AMA) has recently labeled obesity a disease and not a risk factor for other diseases. This will change how doctors, insurance carriers, and America as a whole, on how we view obesity. Simply put, it is no longer a cosmetic factor, it is a serious problem that many Americans need to heed. However, before we delve into this here are a few facts about obesity: Body mass index (BMI) is the most commonly metric for obesity. Body mass index is calculated from an individual’s body mass divided by the square of their height. People are … Continue reading  

Importance of Sleep

How Important Can Sleep Really Be?   We all know that sleep is important but what does sleep do for us? Getting enough sleep at night can help protect our mental, physical, and emotional health. The brain gets tired after absorbing a certain amount of information and is trying to make sense of it. When we sleep the brain begins to reorganize the information it has taken in during the day. Studies have shown that a good night’s sleep improves learning and can significantly enhance your learning and decision making skills the next day. In addition to these brain function … Continue reading  

Photogenic

Be More Photogenic Social media is quickly giving rise to narcissists. However, people are now more aware of their facial flaws due to the way in which people are viewed online. There’s multiple outlets: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc. People can now view themselves from every angle due to ubiquitous amount of photos. People want to look their best because it’s no longer being viewed only by close friends. It’s possible that these pictures are viewed by everyone across the web. It is true however, that the overall numbers of plastic surgeries have risen over the past few years, and this … Continue reading  

Father’s Day

Father’s Day & Plastic Surgeries  Father’s day is just around the corner and ties and wallets are no longer the go to gifts for father’s day anymore. Think plastic surgery. There have been reports of physicians reporting requests for male procedures go up as much as 50 percent when Father’s day nears. This is the highest amount of plastic surgery requests seen, even more than before beach season. The president of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery has reported that they don’t have any data reporting these surges in plastic surgeries procedures before father’s Day. However, it should be … Continue reading  

Korean Plastic Surgeries

Plastic surgery may be increasing in popularity in the United States, and it may even be prolific depending on where you live, *ahem* Southern California anyone? However, it is estimated that one in five southern Korean women have had plastic surgery, compared to only one in twenty in the United States. Beauty is scrutinized in Southern Korea. It has been rumored that applicants often need to submit a headshot along with their resume when applying for jobs. The most popular surgeries in Korea are the double eyelid surgery and rhinoplasty. The double eyelid surgery is performed in order to attain … Continue reading  

Permanent Makeup?

Permanent Makeup – Gaining Popularity Tattoos for makeup? It may not be as uncommon as you think. For the very small population of individuals who may not know what tattoos are, they are a form of body modification, which inserts ink into the skin in order to change the pigment. Tattoos are usually permanent but with recent advances with medicine they can be removed with a few medical procedures. With permanent makeup, individuals can have eyebrows, eyeliner, and even makeup tattooed on their face. There are other terms for these procedures which can include: permanent cosmetics, dermapigmentation, micropigmentation, and cosmetic … Continue reading  

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