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Nonsurgical Facelift Options

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As we age, our skin changes. The youthful, bright skin on our faces begins to darken with sun exposure and wrinkle, and full cheeks begin to sag. Good genes and good skincare can definitely slow the process. Surgical facelifts are a popular option but not everyone wants to go under the knife to regain that …
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What is Jumper’s Knee?

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A very common injury that athletes sustain is patellar tendonitis, or jumper’s knee. It starts as a pain in the knee that may only be during more intense workouts, but eventually it works into your everyday movements. It is important to listen to your body so that problems can be treated before they become worse. …
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What is Gallstone Pancreatitis?

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It is important to listen to your body when you are feeling strange aches and pains as it is a warning signal that something isn’t working right. One of the most common examples of these temporary pains is related to Gallstone Pancreatitis. It is a very common problem that initially can be waved away as …
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Is There a Difference in Male and Female Facelifts?

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Both men and women care about their appearance. While many people still think of plastic surgery as mostly for women, more and more men are choosing to use surgical options to improve their appearance. Looking younger has benefits for both genders, both personally and professionally. The facelift is one of the most popular procedures for …
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What Is Asian or Double Lid Eye Surgery?

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One of the most common ethnic eyelid surgeries requested is the Asian or double lid eye surgery. Many people of Asian descent have upper eyelids that do not have a crease, making the lid look singular. Often the skin from the upper eyelid can sag over the top lashes, making the eye looking smaller and …
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