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Plastic Surgery (INACTIVE)

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  • How breast implants impact breast cancer

    Breast implants appear as a solid white mass on radiographic film, obscuring some breast tissue during mammography and other preventative breast cancer screenings. Whether implants impair the ability to detect breast cancer is a commonly asked question....
  • Dry eye common after eyelid lifts

    Dry eye common after eyelid lifts
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - More than one-quarter of people who've had an eyelid lift report symptoms of dry eye such as excessive watering and irritation, a new study suggests. Researchers said that although dry eye symptoms are typically easily managed...
  • Get It Right, Get It Tight- Holistic Yoga!

    Get It Right, Get It Tight- Holistic Yoga!
    PHL 17's Ashley Johnson "Gets It Right, Gets It Tight" at the Yoga Center in Medford.  Instructor Alaine Portner shows how yoga techniques can flatten your stomach and erase wrinkles on your face, so there's no need for cosmetic surgery.  She says yoga...
  • Hansen: Is the idea of beauty a grasp at the past?

    We never fall in love with ugliness. It's beauty; it's always been beauty. Whether elegant lines or seductive shapes, beauty attracts us. And for most people, that attraction is based on the past. We want to look younger. We want to be younger. We...
  • Food for Thought: How Much is too Much Plastic Surgery?

    Food for Thought: How Much is too Much Plastic Surgery?
    32 year old Justin Jedlica has had 90 plastic surgeries over the last 10 years to look perfect.  He calls himself the Human Ken Doll.  He's had silicone implants in his behind, biceps, triceps, etc.  How much is too much plastic surgery?
  • Harley Edward Sterling

     Harley Edward Sterling
    Sterling, Harley Edward, "Ed", MD, 82, passed away at home from cancer, on Saturday, August 18, two days before his 83rd birthday, surrounded by his family.  He was born in 1929 in Granite City, Illinois, and was the only child of Gladys and Harley Edward...
  • Help for That Sagging Neck? Ultherapy now offered in Roanoke County

    Help for That Sagging Neck? Ultherapy now offered in Roanoke County
    It's meant to lift and tighten the skin with no surgery and no down time.  It's called Ultherapy. This month the Food and Drug Administration gave clearance to a new use for this ultrasound therapy:  to lift the neck. Julie Roach, like many women and...
  • More men opting for Plastic Surgery: Top 5 surgeries

    More men opting for Plastic Surgery: Top 5 surgeries
    When you think about botox, eye lifts and laser treatments do women come to mind? These days the new patient isn't necessarily a she but a he. "Number one would be upper eyelids," said Dr. Michael Breiner, a plastic surgeon in Roanoke County.  Breiner'...
  • Skin care in your 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s and beyond

    Skin care in your 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s and beyond
    Every few months a new beauty trend, treatment or potion is revealed — the latest skin-tightening laser, an age-defying ingredient or a longer-lasting filler. But should a fresh-faced 20-year-old be using retinol creams? And when is the right time...
  • Lunch Hour Facelift

    Lunch Hour Facelift
    A bunch of plastic surgeons are in town as the American Society of Plastic Surgeons convention gets underway at the Convention Center. One of the topics of conversation: quick alternatives to fight the aging process. It's what one Metairie doctor has...
  • Gummy Bear Boobs?

    Gummy Bear Boobs?
    Have you heard of Gummy Bear boobs? With more than $1-Billion spent on cosmetic breast surgery a year in the United States it's no surprise manufacturers keep coming out with the next best thing. Vanessa Bolano has the story. Ask for gummy bears at a...
  • News of the Weird: Plastic surgery as charity

    News of the Weird: Plastic surgery as charity
    In April, a research ship will begin surveying the Atlantic Ocean floor off of Nova Scotia as the first step to building, by 2013, a $300 million private fiber-optic line connecting New York and London financial markets so as to speed up current...