Monthly Archives: December 2012

Ethnicity, Genes and Ageing

In terms of skin, where ageing first shows up, ethnicity and skin is all about melanin, the chemical in your skin that determines how light or dark your complexion is. The truth is, the more melanin you have in your skin, the better you will age. Melanin is what gives... read more

What’s In Your Stocking This Year?

How would you respond? Would you be pleased? Offended? Would you be grateful or throw it back in his face? Well, if you’re like many women, you’d probably be overjoyed that you could finally get those younger looking eyes and the new set of breasts you’ve always... read more

Nina McCurley talks about beating cancer and Breast Reconstruction

“I promised myself I wouldn’t cry,” says Nina when asked to explain the emotional rollercoaster she’d been on since being diagnosed with breast cancer and undergoing a double mastectomy. “It was really hard to look at my body before I had the breast reconstruction.... read more

Tissue Expanders for Breast Reconstruction

A few women opt to have immediate breast reconstructive surgery, which combines the breast removal and reconstruction into a single procedure. The rest—a majority of reconstructive patients—opt for a delayed breast reconstruction procedure, which essentially involves... read more

Cocaine Can Ruin Your Nose

Note that last word: paranoid. It comes from paranoia, defined as a psychological disorder characterised by delusions of persecution or grandeur. There is however, nothing paranoid about the information given below, but it has certainly caused great alarm among people... read more

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