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29 May | 2015
29 May 2015
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The decision to undergo breast implant surgery can be a difficult one, but excellent results can dramatically improve your quality of life. Although choosing the right surgeon is the most important factor, there are several other things to consider when getting implants. Seemingly subtle differences in placement and size can drastically alter your desired look, so it’s important to do your research before committing to any cosmetic procedure. What Size is Best For Me? Voluptuous breasts have become the epitome of ‘beauty’ for women around the world. However, aiming for the biggest breasts possible is a mistake many patients make. Bigger does not necessarily mean better! It’s important to remember your overall body type and choose a size that is proportional to it. Not doing so can result in implants that look unnatural. The goal is to achieve results that are substantial, yet subtle enough to leave people wondering whether…

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22 May | 2015
22 May 2015

Sweating is a natural process within our bodies that helps regulate our temperature. Our nervous systems control this function throughout the day — alerting our bodies to various temperatures. However in some individuals, sweating can become excessive. This happens when our eccrine glands become over-stimulated. Perspiration becomes noticeably extreme, resulting in socially uncomfortable situations. This condition is known as primary hyperhidrosis, and can occur in a variety of areas — most commonly in the palms and armpits. The good news,…

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8 May | 2015
8 May 2015

Many women who have undergone breast augmentation surgery have expressed concern about the effects breast feeding has on implants. They worry that the process will change the appearance of their breasts, which was a major monetary investment. Luckily for looking to start or expand their family, this is an unnecessary concern, according to a recent study. The study was conducted by the University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine in San Juan. Researchers found that there were no health risks…

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