New app shows you the toll drinking has on your looks

You've probably heard that smoking accelerates signs of aging, but there's another habit that can make you look older than you actually are - drinking.

January 21, 2013
Categories: Anti-Aging News


Can Botox keep the wrinkles away?

Botox is for people who already have signs of aging, right? Not always.

January 18, 2013
Categories: Cosmetic Medicine News, Injectables


How men can maintain their youthful skin

It may not be the most manly topic, but men who worry about their outward appearance need to take skincare seriously.

January 17, 2013
Categories: Age/Gender Issues, Skin Procedures News


World's fattest man is now seeking plastic surgery


Paul Mason was once called the world's fattest man. This 51-year-old former postman from Ipswich, England, has slimmed down from 980 pounds to 350 pounds, losing more than two-thirds of his weight after undergoing gastric bypass surgery three years ago.

Now he has new problems. This weight loss has left him with huge folds of excess skin around his stomach, arms and legs. He is in desperate need of plastic surgery to remove his excess skin.

January 16, 2013
Categories: Plastic Surgery News



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