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Top Plastic Surgery Procedures for 2011

Posted March 26, 2012

Even with a slowly recovering economy, cosmetic procedures grew two straight years in a row. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) recently released statistics stating that 13.8 million cosmetic plastic surgery procedures (both surgical and minimally-invasive) were performed in the United States in 2011. This is up five percent from last year. In addition to elective procedures, 5.5 million reconstructive plastic surgery procedures were performed last year, which was also up five percent.…

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Healthy at work tips;preparing for your cosmetic surgery

Posted October 13, 2011

For the majority of Americans who go to work, staying healthy is a challenge.  A recent online health magazine pointed to three healthy tips for workers.  The first was surprisingly, to brush your teeth after drinking  your morning cup of coffee. According to the article the sugar in your coffee, especially when coupled with the dry mouth often associated with caffeine consumption, can create an environment that promotes tooth decay.…

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Lose weight with more sleep

Posted April 03, 2011

According to NBC LA exercise is good, but if you really want to lose weight, chill out and take a nap.

A new study found that people who get between six and eight hours of sleep every day and are under the least amount of stress had the easiest time shedding 10 pounds over a six-month period.…

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People with depression get slower ER care for heart attacks

Posted March 10, 2011

According to The Los Angeles Times heart disease and depression often go together, for reasons that physicians don’t really understand. So it would seem an especially bitter pill that patients with depression who are suffering from heart attacks get slower care at emergency rooms.

Such is the finding from a paper just published in the Canadian Medical Assn.…

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