Breast augmentation, breast enhancement, or a breast lift in Baltimore may all seem like an act of vanity for some people, but for most women it’s serious business. A lot of women feel that their breasts aren’t at their best and they may be right, according to a recent study by American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Charlotte Hilton Andersen discussed the specifics of the said study in a recent article for Shape: (more…)
A recent article posted at People.com features the story of author and television host Daphne Oz and how she dealt with baby weight:
When Daphne Oz brought her daughter home from the hospital in February, she also brought along a very unexpected addition: her baby belly.
In the November/December issue of Fitness magazine, the new mom to Philomena Bijou admits what surprised her most about motherhood was her body after baby. (more…)
For many reasons, a lot of women seek breast enhancement. In 2013 alone, 313,327 breast augmentation procedures and 137,233 breast lift surgeries were done in the U.S., according to The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. Some women do it for improving their self-image, for enhancing their sex life, or for appearing shapely in an upcoming special occasion.
Now, people who have the third reason in mind may choose quick fixes over the real thing. Breast lifts that last overnight may be unheard of, but, yes, there are women who do receive such treatments for around $2,500 to $3,500. Megan Friedman, beauty news reporter for Elle.com, features the recent fad of having temporary breast lifts with saline injections: (more…)
Selfies have come a long way—from the face to the hands. There is now such a thing as an ‘engagement ring selfie,’ in which women show off their luminous engagement rings on social media. It has become so popular that some women are opting to have a cosmetic procedure just to rejuvenate their hands for that special selfie shot. (more…)
For Hollywood stars and other personalities in the entertainment industry, their looks are their moneymakers. Most of them resort to plastic surgery to get the toned and beautiful body they want. Writing for Mail Online, reporter Helen Zhao features one such celebrity – the voluptuous Wendy Williams: (more…)
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates 1 in 10 American adults suffer from a certain level of depression. Although not considered a serious medical condition in most forms, depression is a brain disorder that leads to various physiological issues, including chronic fatigue, reduced pain threshold, and insomnia. Unfortunately, statistics presented by Healthline.com reveal that around 80 percent of people with depression are not receiving any treatment for it.