What’s more interesting, plastic surgery or politics?

Budget deficit worries can fade away when we’re absorbed in figuring out whether or not a political figure has had a facelift. Nancy Pelosi appeared on CNBC, October 28th, 2011 to talk about a 1.25 trillion budget cut. But the response she got was a whole lot of conjecture about what she had done to her face. The Washington Times interviewed a plastic surgeon who said, “A woman her age shouldn’t look that good. It appears that she has had a good amount of surgery.”

November 15, 2011
Categories: Age/Gender Issues


Pair to serve time in prison for botched plastic surgery

A Colombian husband and wife convicted in the death of a Las Vegas woman stemming from a botched plastic surgery will serve the maximum sentence for their crime.

November 11, 2011
Categories: Plastic Surgery News, Patient Safety


Refacing the traditional facelift: stem cell injections

Get ready for still another magic elixir from the soda fountain of youth: your belly fat.

November 10, 2011
Categories: Plastic Surgery News


Myth or fact: Breast feeding causes sagging

A new study suggests apprehension about how breast-feeding will affect the appearance of their breasts may be the reason why some women with breast implants fail at nursing their babies.

November 9, 2011
Categories: Breast Surgery News


Childbirth and facelifts now occurs later in life

If you wait until you’re older to marry and have babies, does it make sense to wait until you’re older to have your first facelift?

November 8, 2011
Categories: Facial Aesthetic Surgery News


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