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Breast Augmentation: The Perfect Solution for Breast Asymmetry Correction

Women with asymmetrical breasts in Beverly Hills agree that one breast is slightly larger than the other. The fact is that almost all women have some degree of asymmetry in their breasts. Most often the differences are very mild or unnoticeable, but women who have been struggling with this unevenness for most of their lives…

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False Promises of Weight Loss are Costly

Every year, people spend good money after bad on so-called weight management products – so much so that it is $14 billion global market. Many of these products make specious claims, including fat burning, appetite suppression, and increased energy. However, as most consumers come to find out, the advertisements are usually far better than the…

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What is PRP?

In the course of treating certain tendon conditions that affect the hands, tendon injections can be quite effective. Usually, we use cortisone injections to help reduce inflammation and ease conditions like arthritis and tendonitis. Sometimes, however, we take a more novel approach to these conditions by using a new technique known as PRP, or platelet…

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Sugary Beverages Increases Risk of Endometrial Cancer

Sugar, sweeteners and soft drinks have long been known to contribute to a number of health defects such as obesity, diabetes, and coronary heart disease. Now there is new evidence that shows sugar beverages could increase women’s risk of developing endometrial cancer. According to a study published in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, a journal of…

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Masked Myths of Gynecomastia

Make no mistake about it, In today’s society, men care just as much about their appearance as women do. When men look at themselves in the mirror and see a chest that resembles female breasts, they panic. They are not losing their masculinity, nor their identity as a male, it is simply a condition known…

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Debunking Common Breast Cancer Myths

News articles, research studies and breast cancer awareness campaigns all make an impact in our society and yet there still remains many misconceptions about risks, prevention and treatment. Breast cancer development occurs in one of eight women, according to the American Cancer Society. A new survey presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology Breast Cancer…

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When to See a Doctor for an Orbital Eye Socket Fracture

It is almost unavoidable to dodge a high-speed object aimed directly at your head, especially if you do not even see it coming. With a blow to the orbital area, there is good possibility that the underlying or surrounding structures have been damaged. Getting treatment early is vital in order to prevent further damage to…

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How Do I Know If I Have Trigger Finger and What Can I Do?

Do you have to use your hands to straighten out or relax your fingers? If you notice that your fingers become sore or tense up then there is a good chance that you have trigger finger. This is a condition that involves the fingers or thumb to lock into place when bent. Don’t ignore it…

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