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Why This Facial Plastic Surgeon Says You Should Never Consider an Aesthetic Treatment a Vanity Purchase

Sponsored by James C. Marotta, MD February 19, 2021
His new book takes a deep dive into the psychology.
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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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You Can’t Resist That Snack Because You’re A Woman

By NewBeauty Staff October 20, 2010
The surprising results of a recent study may help explain why more American women are overweight than men: we can’t resist our favorite foods, even if we try to convince […]
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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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