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L.A. NOWUnlicensed plastic surgeons: “Before they go to a doctor or physician they should check them on our web site and make sure” they are licensed, she said...
All The RageIn commemoration of Founders Day at the Assistance League of Southern California, the league’s Anne Banning Auxiliary welcomed 120 guests to lunch at ALSC headquarters in Hollywood. On the program: a lesson in evolving body images as seen in the.......
Angelina Jolie's announcement Tuesday that a genetic predisposition to breast and ovarian cancer led her to undergo a preventive double mastectomy has raised both awareness about the procedure and concerns among physicians and other experts. The actress...
Sun Journal, Lewiston, MaineDon't let anybody mislead you, young, aspiring mixed martial artists. Whether you pursue the sport with all your heart, soul and might, or merely dabble in it, you will get hurt. It might be your shoulder being wrenched or collar bone getting...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIt's not true that only wealthy socialites have cosmetic surgery. In fact, the clientele of Aberdeen’s lone plastic surgeon includes a number of farm wives. Dr. Sanjay Mukerji said plastic and cosmetic surgery patients are often not people who are...
Chicago TribuneIf you're wondering whether collagen injections will help pad your stilletto worn heels, podiatrists want to help. The strong, flexible human foot - which has 26 bones, more than 100 ligaments, 30 joints and 19 muscles - is an engineering marvel. Over...
Special to The TimesIt's 9:30 on a Saturday night, and projected on a building on the corner of Alta Vista and Beverly is a scene from the movie "Dr. Strangelove." Inside, there's an opening party for the design/building firm Built, 50 people drinking vodka and cranberry...
Special to SunSpotRoslyn Hart-Cooper longed to wear a sundress for more than 30 years. But she didn't dare slip into one because she felt self-conscious about the size of her bustline. Wearing a 46E bra, Hart-Cooper, 50, felt her breasts would attract too much unwanted...
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