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  1. Teosyal (Hyaluronic Acid) (
      Provides information on hyaluronic acid as an injection to look younger. Awesome Library does not endorse this product but provides it as an example.

  2. Three Best and Three Worst Plastic Surgery Choices (U.S. News)
      Provides information on hyaluronic acid as an injection to look younger. Awesome Library does not endorse this product but provides it as an example.

  1. -10-22-09 Twin Study Reveals Secrets to Looking Younger (MSNBC News)
      "It may seem odd that two people with the same DNA could look so different, but it’s common, according to research published in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery by Bahman Guyuron, a plastic surgeon in Cleveland, and colleagues at Cleveland’s Case Western Reserve University. Contrasting behaviors cause subtle differences in appearance that eventually make one of the pair look older than the other. And that suggests that all of us — twins or not — may have more influence on the way we age than we think." 10-09

  2. Reloxin to Compete With Botox (MSNBC News)
      "Within the next few months, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is expected to approve Reloxin as an injectable treatment for wrinkles. Made from the same neurotoxin as Botox, Reloxin is said to act more quickly and may last longer than Botox, according to a report filed on Thursday for TODAY by Michelle Kosinski of NBC News."

  1. -Editorial: The Pursuit of Youth Isn't Always Pretty (MSNBC News)
      "The field of cosmetic surgery is at its best when it comes to correcting perceived flaws, like a crooked nose, and enhancing assets, such as bust size. But replicating the look of youth seems to pose a more difficult challenge." 04-09

  2. -Stem Cells Grow New Cheek Bones (ABC News)
      "Brad had an experimental eight-hour operation in May at the Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, where doctors implanted cadaver bone into his face. They then injected Brad's own stem cells into the donor bone."

      "From a medical standpoint, the results were miraculous." 10-09

  3. Before Getting Plastic Surgery (U.S. News)
      "You should do your homework before you elect to have plastic surgery." 07-08

  4. Considerations in Plastic Surgery for Teens (U.S. News)
      "U.S. News & World Report asked Richard D'Amico, president of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, what families should consider when deciding whether to take the plunge." 07-08

  5. Study: Plastic Surgery, on Average, Does Not Make a Person More Attractive (
      "Face-lifts may make recipients look slightly younger, but not more attractive. That doesn't mean people should stop getting them."

  6. Trends in Plastic Surgery for Men (U.S. News)
      "It's abundantly clear from the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery report, for example, that plenty of men want to pretty up these days. The number of men per year seeking out sclerotherapy (a saline injection that aims to remove spider veins), for example, has increased 226 percent over five years, laser resurfacing increased 172 percent, skin-softening microdermabrasion 159 percent, Botox 42 percent, and eyelid surgery called blepharoplasty 35 percent, according to the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery."

      "According to the survey, 10 percent fewer men get invasive cosmetic procedures now than did five years ago. The number of men seeking hair restoration surgery, for example, has dropped 48 percent since 2002, rhinoplasty procedures (better known as nose jobs) have fallen by 26 percent, and face-lifts by 8 percent." 07-08

  7. Wrinkles and Reloxin (
      "Would-be Botox challenger Reloxin is back in the race and could reach the U.S. marketplace next year." 01-09


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