Monthly Archives: April 2012
ATTENTION: Possible Cure for Balding!
Balding happens in both men and women. It’s part of a larger topic known as hair thinning. The degree and pattern of baldness varies from person. The most common cause is male and female pattern baldness. A research team with members from Tokyo University of Science, Showa University and Kitasato University have developed a technology using stem cells that… read more
The Chin is In!
Aging shows first along the jawline and chin. Due to the increased popularity and use of video chat technology like Skype, iChat, Facetime, etc. people may notice that their jawline isn’t a crisp as it could be. Thus creating a demand for chin implants and augmentation. In 2011, there were more chin augmentations than both Botox and liposuction combined. Overall,… read more
Y LIFT 2012 – Renée
Renée, age 48 received the Y LIFT and fell in love with the results. It was quick and easy! The Y LIFT is the most convenient way to completely rejuvenate your face. It requires no anesthesia, incisions or stitches. Not only was Renée in and out of the office within 40 minutes, she had instantaneous results without any swelling or… read more
TOPICAL Fillers? Syringe Free!
Ionic Nano Particle Technology – a delivery system for topical Hyaluronic acid that penetrates the skin barrier and improves smoothness as well as eliminating roughness. A study was done on participants between the ages of 35 and 65. They were evaluated on the 15th, 45th, 90th and 120th day during the duration of the study. On the 120th day, 100%… read more
Please, Don’t Pass the Sugar.
Soft drinks, energy drinks, commericially made juices – all beverages that are largely consumed on a daily basis, as well as containing abundant amounts of sugar. There was a 22 year long study done on 42,883 male subjects starting in January of 1986 and ended on December 2008. Blood samples were taken and diet and health habit questionnaires were… read more
The United States of BOTOX
10 years ago this week, Botox was approved by the FDA as a treatment for frown lines. In 1987, Jean Carruthers, an opthamalogist from Vancouver, B.C., discovered the use and benefits of using the product on frown lines when she treated one of her patients for muscle spasms. The woman said that said that her expression looked more beautiful and… read more
Breast Implants: A Lifetime Commitment
You may have heard late last year, the French government told 30,000 of its female citizens that they must have their PIP breast implants removed. They were recalled because the silicone used to fill the implants was originally intended for industrial use in mattresses. There were reported cases of 8 women with these implants who got cancer as well as… read more
WARNING: Trans Fats Preserve Aggression
A study was done on 945 adults to see if irritability and aggression are linked to the amount of trans fat we consume. What are trans fatty acids anyway? Trans fats are a form of “good fats”. They are added to food to create a longer shelf life. They help preserve the natural vegetable oils and keep them from… read more
A Brand New Face for Richard Norris
For the last 15 years, Richard Norris (37) from Hillsville, Virginia, has avoided being seen in public. He was involved in a gun accident at the age of 22, resulting in a tragic loss of the majority of his facial features. Starting March 19, 2012, at the University of Maryland Medical Center, over 150 nurses and surgeons performed a… read more
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