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How Old Will You Look in the Future?
The “aging suit” is the newest in virtual reality technology, which allows you to get the full simulation of the growing old effect. The suit is called Genworth R70i Aging Experience, was created by a 62-year-old man named Bran Ferran who is the former president of research and development for Disney. This division created all
How to Stay Out of the Danger Zone
Patients are the most important part of any medical practice. How their experience goes is very important to the reputation of the practice. One issue that often angers patients are the post-surgery cost. Depending what procedure is done, the post-surgery cost can vary and may even include physical therapy, specific diets, hospital beds, heating pads,
Pigeons that Identify Breast Cancer
Most of you know the pigeon as that pesky bird that sits in the streets with its pack of buddies in large cities. Some of you might not know that this well-known bird has a long history of working with humans to accomplish different tasks. Pigeons can detect emotions in people’s faces and even select
Postpone Early Retirement with Plastic Surgery
“Whether you’re a woman or a man who wants to turn back the clock on aging, plastic surgery and non-surgical procedures such as injections and fat grafts are becoming a top anti-retirement expense,” (Erin E. Arvedlund, 2015). It has become a common fear among professionals that they will be let go from a job because they are
Scientist Find Gene That Causes Obesity
People have always wondered, “What makes me fat”? Scientist have finally figured out a gene that ties people to obesity. Scientist have known about a gene called FTO, but now they have discovered a faulty gene that causes energy from food to be stored as fat instead of being burned. The scientist, who were from
The Medical Future: Transplanting Heads
I read this article about Dr. Sergio Canavero and his plan to put the head of Valery Spiridonov, a Russian with a muscle-wasting disease, on the body of a newly dead donor. I always find articles about the advancement in medicine very interesting and I love sharing this news with all of our readers. Canavero claimed
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You Can Return High-Heels, Not Cosmetic Surgery
High-heel injuries are common among women, more than 3,294 emergency department visits stemming from high-heel-related injuries from 2002 and 2012 recorded in the Consumer Product Safety Commission’s surveillance system. Shoes may be returned or repaired, but what cannot be returned is botched cosmetic surgery. The first step in your consultation, is a review of the doctor’s
If the Shoe Fits, Go with a Star Plastic Surgery Surgeon
Many women are very particular when it comes to selecting a pair of shoes. The rate of injuries for U.S. women associated with wearing high heels form 2002 to 2012 was 7.32 per 100,000, with most injuries consisting of sprains and strains to the foot and ankle (Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery). Like selecting