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New Study, Breast implants | August 26, 2022

Update on Breast Implant Illness: What we know now

recent large independent studies have brought us a lot closer to understanding BII. We still don’t know exactly what it is, but we now know a lot more now about what it isn’t. BII isn’t an autoimmune disease, not related to heavy metal exposure, and not associated with silicone gel

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New Study, Botox | April 01, 2022

Botox® by the numbers 2022

Botox® cosmetic, the leading brand of Botulinum toxin type A, is having an anniversary this month. It’s been 20 years since Botox® cosmetic was approved

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New Study | January 12, 2022

The surprising reason why breast implants might protect against breast cancer

overall, having breast implants seems to protect against breast cancer. The effect isn’t subtle; multiple studies show that the odds are reduced by as much as 40%. New evidence points to a possible explanation involving the immune system and anti-cancer antibodies

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New Study | December 27, 2021

2021 Top Ten stories in anti-aging longevity medicine

While headlines in biotech this year were dominated by the seemingly neverending pandemic, it’s also been a big year in anti-aging and longevity science. In no particular order, here is my top ten list of favorites:

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Breast implants, New Study | September 02, 2021

Subfascial breast implant placement: still fashionable after all these years

Subfascial breast augmentation is a technique of placing the implant in front of the pectoral muscle. New research confirms what I have thought for a long time: subfascial (pronounced like fashion, not facial) is here to stay.

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New Study | December 15, 2020

Top Ten advances in Anti-Aging and Longevity Medicine 2020

This month I became one of the first doctors to complete a course in the emerging specialty of Longevity Medicine. Here is a summary of my top ten developments in anti-aging and longevity this year

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New Study | November 09, 2020

Is generosity the next beauty trend? Gratitudology part 4.

It’s called the “good-looking giver” effect: Beautiful people are perceived to be good, and goodness is seen as beautiful. New studies show that generosity and thankfulness enhance beauty even to those who don't anything about you.

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New Study | October 27, 2020

Your skin is being attacked by zombies. How to fight back

as cells in your body get old or accumulate damage, they often fall into a zombie-like state called senescence. These “zombie” cells are bad news: they’re not quite dead and not quite alive, but they do create a lot of inflammation and accelerate aging. The first skin care product proven to reverse effects of aging by targeting senescent cells was released this month

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Publications, New Study | July 02, 2018

Clinical trial shows long term benefits of Galaflex internal bra

Multicenter clinical trial showing long term results with Galaflex mesh internal bra in breast lift surgery.