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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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Fitness and Brain Function

Being in shape may have more benefits than just looking good. There was a new study that was published recently in The Official Journal of the American Academy of Neurology that correlates fitness with better cognitive function. How did they do it? The investigators took 2,747 participants who were aged 18 to 30 years old …

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Maintaining Beautiful Skin

Everyone wants clear and beautiful skin right? How can you do this? You don’t necessarily have to use any chemical or creams. There are a couple of types of food that you can eat which will help you with this. These include: seafood, citrus fruits, red and green vegetables, nuts, and whole grains. Seafood: tuna, …

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Popular Workout Programs

Everyone wants to get fit this year, but how do you do it? You’ve seen infomercials on TV and thought to yourself, “Oh that would be nice”. Maybe you’ve heard of people who have done these programs and have lost a couple pounds and gained some muscle as well. Isn’t it about time you did …

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Therapy Dogs

Have you ever seen man’s best friend walking around the hospital? These are therapy dogs! They are mainly introduced into hospitals, retirement homes, nursing homes, schools, hospices, disaster areas, and to people with learning difficulties in order to provide affection and comfort. The first use of a therapy dog was during World War II when …

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Recent Plastic Surgery News

As we have written here before, plastic surgery is coming up more and more in the news and as the prices for these procedures decrease and it becomes more easily accessible. Here are some of the most recent headliners: So far this past year we’ve seen a couple individuals surface on media outlets requesting procedures …

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The Importance of Water

Water covers 71% of the earth, but 96.5% of this water is found in the seas and the ocean. Only a small fraction of the Earth’s water is freshwater and 98.8% of that is either in ice or ground water. That leaves an incredibly small amount of water left for humans and animals. For humans, …

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