New Year, New You, January 2013

It’s another January and another month filled with lofty weight loss goals, gym memberships and resolutions to look better, act better and be a better you. If losing weight, quitting smoking and saving money are on your agenda, you can add plastic surgery to reasons why you should do all three. While some things may not stick, there are always small changes to help you move one step closer to your goals.

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A Basic Guide to Healthy Skin, May 2012

While your first inclination once the summer weather hits is to go outside and get some sun, you may want to think twice. Tanning, outside or in a bed, both ages the skin and leads to the most common form of cancer in over 2 million Americans: skin cancer. More than one out of three new cancers every year is skin cancer, basal cell carcinoma being the most frequently occurring. Melanoma is the most deadly with almost 120,000 new cases every year. With statistics like that, it’s best to be careful and follow some simple guidelines.

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Healthy and Beautiful in 2012, January 2012

Cosmetic surgery can help you look as young as you feel, but how can you ensure that you are feeling as good as possible? Why not kick start the New Year with a healthy lifestyle that can manage the aging process from the inside out. Whether you are readying for a cosmetic procedure or simply maintaining your youthful looks, here are eight tips that can help you reach your goals:

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