Category: Health & Beauty

Category: Cosmetic Surgery
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06 Sep: How Do You Know if Celebrities Have Gotten a Facelift?

There are many people looking through gossip columns wondering, how do you know if celebrities have gotten a facelift? Or Botox? What are the telltale signs? Unfortunately, those signs will vary from person to person. It’s not that easy to …

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05 Sep: What’s Causing my Carpal Tunnel?

I type for a living. Every day, I’m out there typing thousands of words. So I’m wondering: is that what’s causing my Carpal Tunnel Syndrome? To be fair, I’m not entirely convinced I even have Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. I have …

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Category: Cosmetic Surgery
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07 Feb: How to Build Your Plastic Surgery Brand on Social Media

How Can Plastic Surgeons Use Social Media?

I’ve got some news for you: If you’re a plastic surgeon and you aren’t currently taking advantage of social media to build your brand, you’re doing yourself a disservice.

Here’s why. Social media …

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30 Nov: How Soon After Surgery Can You Start Exercising?

Anytime that you undergo a surgical procedure, it’s important to understand that the surgery itself is a traumatic event for the body. More invasive procedures, of course, require a more specific recovery time, but no matter how invasive the procedure, …

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28 Nov: Switch it Up! Three New Workouts to Try This Winter

These days, it almost goes without being said that when it comes to working out, variety is essential. It’s important to mix up your workouts for several different reasons. Physically, fitness editor Heather Dale explains that engaging in different types …

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22 Nov: How Can I Keep My Energy Up in the Winter?

These are dark days. Literally. The days are getting shorter here in Minnesota (and in the northern hemisphere more generally). There will come a time, not too long from now, when we’ll be lucky to get 8 hours of sunlight …

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16 Nov: Three Purchases Worth Making for Runners

Running is just a simple sport, theoretically. All you should need is yourself, a pair of shoes, and the ground beneath you in order to partake in the bliss of being a runner. Football players need pads, hockey players need …

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Category: Cosmetic Surgery
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10 Nov: Can You Increase Your Bust Size With Exercise?

When people think of plastic surgery, they almost always think about breast augmentation. Known more colloquially as the “boob job,” breast augmentation is a way for a plastic surgery patient to increase the size of her bust.

The motivations for …

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10 Nov: How Much Control Do You Have Over the Shape of Your Body?

Your body is an important aspect of your identity. I know that sounds kind of obvious, but it’s worth saying. We typically think of “identity” as something much ethereal. It’s who you are in your own brain. But even that …

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18 Oct: How to Choose Your Next Race

You’re sitting at your desk with blank calendar pages before you and a ready pen in hand, prepared to make your race calendar for the upcoming year. Or, maybe you’re a new runner looking for your first race: Where will …

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11 Oct: When Should You Get a Revision on Your Cosmetic Surgery?

If you’ve recently had plastic surgery and you love the results, there’s good news: you’re done. You won’t really have to worry about that site of surgery for quite a while. Whether you got a facelift or a nose job …

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11 Oct: Workouts to Build Your Butt

Big butts are in. They are the fashion statement of the early 21st century, for better or worse. But you know what else big butts are? Frustrating. I’m not sure exactly what it is—maybe it’s that strange mixture of dense …

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10 Oct: Should You Run Alone or in a Group?

“Well, I really just want to run at my own pace.” “I HATE talking to other people while I run.” “I need the beat of the music to pump me up! If I’m not wearing earbuds, I just can’t run.” …

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