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Kelly Osbourne Thinks Cosmetic Surgery Makes People Look Like ‘Vaginas’

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Kelly Osbourne Thinks Cosmetic Surgery Makes People Look Like ‘Vaginas’

Maybe Don't Pay a Doctor to Inject Stem Cells Into Your Face

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Wat. Behold, the greatest Real Housewives of Los Angeles episode that never existed, courtesy of Scientific American: A woman in her sixties went to her doctor, complaining of pain in her right eye. When she opened it, “she heard a strange click—a sharp sound, like a tiny castanet snapping shut.” Can’t...
Maybe Don't Pay a Doctor to Inject Stem Cells Into Your Face

The cosmetic treatment industry is an ugly business | Sarah Ditum

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The Keogh review of the cosmetic treatment industry has lifted the lid on a shocking lack of regulation and patient careThere's something grotesque in the business of selling beauty. Bruce Keogh's review into the regulation of the cosmetic treatment industry - covering implants, surgery, fillers, injections, and every other way...
The cosmetic treatment industry is an ugly business | Sarah Ditum

Sony Cyber-shot WX80 packs WiFi, 10 fps shooting, 12,800 ISO in a $199 point-and-shoot (hands-on)

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There's no full-frame sensor or advanced mode dial here, but Sony has managed to line up a compelling set of features for its CES flagship point-and-shoot. At $199, the Cyber-shot WX80 offers a huge jump in performance with only a modest bump in price, making it by far Sony's...
Sony Cyber-shot WX80 packs WiFi, 10 fps shooting, 12,800 ISO in a $199 point-and-shoot (hands-on)

Cosmetic surgery should be seen as a medical procedure, says BAAPS president - video

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Rajiv Grover, president of the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons, says cosmetic surgery should not be treated as a commodity...
Cosmetic surgery should be seen as a medical procedure, says BAAPS president - video

Faking It to Make It: A Beautiful Try

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How far will companies go to create a favorable impression online? Much farther than you might think. The cosmetic surgery chain Lifestyle Lift, which was fined $300,000 two years ago for creating fake Web sites with fake testimonials, provides the clearest case to date of aggressive deceit....
Faking It to Make It: A Beautiful Try

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