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Treating An Obsession With Physical Flaws

By Marci Robin February 13, 2011
Body dysmorphic disorder is much more than wishing your nose was a little straighter or thighs were a little thinner. Those who suffer from this condition are obsessed with imaginary […]
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Can Being Attractive Make You Bad At Math?

By Marci Robin February 10, 2011
As if the women-are-mathematically-challenged myth needed any help being perpetuated, surprising new research shows that being seen as sexy can mess with a woman’s math skills. Published in the Psychology […]
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New Year… New You?

By NewBeauty Staff January 2, 2011
When a new year begins, it’s not unusual to pledge significant self-improvement. However, the decision to undergo cosmetic surgery cannot be made as casually as a resolution to eat healthier […]
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Can A Tummy Tuck Transform Your Self-Esteem?

By Marci Robin October 4, 2010
If a single part of your body makes you feel self-conscious, you wouldn’t be alone in pursuing cosmetic surgery. Doctors have found that even when a prospective patient gets the […]
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A Non-Prescription Pill To Help Hair Pullers

By Marci Robin September 20, 2010
There’s a form of hair loss that is not often discussed because those who suffer from it may feel ashamed and at fault. It’s called trichotillomania, and it’s a psychological […]
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How Your Personality Affects Your Perceived Prettiness

By Marci Robin September 14, 2010
We’ve all known someone who’s so gorgeous that they can get away with being mean to everyone. But it turns out that inner beauty really does matter, even when we’re […]

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