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The Fight to Fix Battered Faces

By Anna Jimenez July 3, 2013
In America, a woman is assaulted every nine seconds. That fact makes domestic violence the leading cause of injury to women. Whether it’s a broken nose, a fractured cheekbone or […]

Looking Better After A Lumpectomy

By Marci Robin January 30, 2011
When a woman’s breast cancer doesn’t require a mastectomy, she may undergo breast-conserving surgery, also known as a lumpectomy. While this may seem preferable because only part of the breast […]

Correcting A Botched Cosmetic Surgery

By December 12, 2010
Although all surgery involves risk, going to an unqualified doctor for your chosen cosmetic procedure increases the possibility of botched results. Finding yourself in this position can be emotionally devastating, […]

A Smile Makeover That Mimics A Facelift

By NewBeauty Staff June 13, 2010
Your face may be showing signs of aging if you have severely worn down your front and back teeth through clenching and grinding or if you’ve had many crowns placed […]

Belly Fat Isn’t Always Bad

By Marci Robin June 3, 2010
No one likes that lower-belly “pooch”-no one, that is, except for scientists. That’s because, according to findings published by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, fat in the lower abdomen […]

The Fine-Line And Fat Fighter Of The Future

By Marci Robin May 11, 2010
Many people eagerly await the day that a wrinkle cure won’t involve surgery or neurotoxins, and it appears scientists may have brought that day much closer. Exciting recent findings involve […]

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