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Survival plastic surgery: Competition for jobs and mates sends young Chinese to Seoul

Survival plastic surgery: Competition for jobs and mates sends young Chinese to Seoul

Seoul, South Korea is enjoying a new flood of plastic surgery business. In contrast to plastic surgery in the United States, anti-aging is not a factor.

Categories: Age/Gender Issues
March 23, 2011
Two-headed machine gently melts and tightens

Two-headed machine gently melts and tightens

After undergoing two cesarean sections, Kathie Lee Gifford was left with a much-hated roll of tummy fat in an otherwise slender body. Although she was afraid of how her fat would look on TV, she agreed to bare her midriff on the “Today” show to undergo tummy massage with the Exilis - a two-headed melting and tightening machine.

Categories: Age/Gender Issues
March 11, 2011
Older adults opting for plastic surgery during unemployment

Older adults opting for plastic surgery during unemployment

As competition between job hunters remains stiff, more people are going the extra mile to stand out to employers on their resumes and in person. More companies are hiring young adults with college degrees, putting older individuals at a disadvantage. However, a number of Baby Boomers are fighting back by undergoing cosmetic procedures to remain competitive, according to NBC affiliate KGW.

Categories: Age/Gender Issues
February 23, 2011
Baby Boomers not ready for the knife, look to noninvasive procedures

Baby Boomers not ready for the knife, look to noninvasive procedures

As more Baby Boomers attempt to stay relevant in the workplace, a number of individuals are turning to plastic surgery to look and feel younger.

Categories: Age/Gender Issues
February 18, 2011
More senior citizens investing in cosmetic surgeries

More senior citizens investing in cosmetic surgeries

A growing number of senior citizens who are trying to look their best are undergoing cosmetic surgery to retain a youthful appearance, according to The St. Petersburg Times in Florida.

Face and eye lifts are among the most popular surgical procedures for those who are 65 and over, but Botox injections, which are less invasive, are at the top

Categories: Age/Gender Issues
September 30, 2010

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