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Chastising people for natural curiosity while hauling out the same old tired observations about cultural sexism is, in my opinion, not useful. It's harmful. It adds nothing new to the conversation. And this conversation needs something new. You can do better.
How An Entrepreneur's Scars Inspired Her To Help Others Heal
Each and every country around the world has its own definition of beauty, and while I was living and working in South Korea, I discovered that was more evident than ever. The truth is, whether we'd like to admit it or not, aesthetics do matter and have a profound effect on our successes in the world.
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One woman learned the hard way that the quest for beauty can come at a high cost. Apryl Brown, 47, lost her arms, legs, and the flesh around her buttocks after injecting fillers into her posterior in...
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Some Canadian doctors are concerned about the rising demand for genital cosmetic surgery, with one saying that women seeking such procedures may have false ideas about what "normal" genitalia are supp...
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Little sisters, you make your own society. If you want to pluck and plump, do it. If you don't, don't. If you love your pecs and abs, fine. If you don't mind a little jiggle, that's fine too. If you think that having a face lift will get or keep a lover, get thyself to a psychiatrist. If you don't like the look of your neck, be like me and follow the example of Nora Ephron: wear a turtleneck.
Here are 10 of the most notable scientific findings in the world of skincare, cosmetic dermatology, and anti-aging that you can use now to look and feel better in the New Year -- and beyond!
Love 'em or hate 'em, reality stars like the Real Housewives have come to dominate popular notions of cosmetic surgery. To be sure, the Real Housewives are about as real a representation of the typical plastic surgery patient as they are the typical "house-wife."
There's always some wacky new fad that I discover while looking for my weekly round up. This week:Toe-besity! (It's what it sounds like) Also, a pregnant Yahoo! CEO, a hilarious birth plan, a delicious summer smoothie and great outdoor games for the kids. There is so much to talk about this week!
Are cosmetic injectable treatments just "like good grooming," as a certain star might say? Probably not, but they've certainly become more common, a study says. Over half of women receive injectable t...