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Oct. 3, 2008
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Schwarzenegger Vetoes Cosmetic Surgery Bill
from Los Angeles Times
A measure intended to prevent cosmetic surgery-related deaths fell victim to a rash of vetoes by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger. The bill was written after the death last November of Donda West, mother of rapper Kanye West. The 58-year-old woman died one day after breast reduction and liposuction surgery, and an autopsy found health problems, including high blood pressure and cardiac artery blockage. The cosmetic surgery bill, AB 2968 by Assemblywoman Wilmer Amina Carter (D-Rialto), would have required people to undergo a physical examination, give a complete medical history and get a doctor's clearance before undergoing plastic surgery. It received almost-unanimous support in the Legislature. More

Patterns of Complementary and Alternative Medicine Use in African Americans
from PCI Journal
Research shows that the use of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) is widespread among the US population. Several convenience studies have shown that African-Americans (AAs) are substantial users of certain CAM therapies. In general, compared to other ethnic and racial groups, AAs have a higher likelihood of using home remedies and mind-body and spiritual healing practices. More

The Fallout of Hair Loss: Suffering in Silence
from MSNBC
While many women spend countless hours lasering, waxing and tweezing away unwanted hair — laser hair removal alone has doubled in the last five years— others contend with the pain, frustration and isolation brought on by thinning or disappearing hair. Unlike male-pattern baldness, which is usually genetic and much more widely accepted — thanks in part to the popularity of the shaved male head — female hair loss is triggered by a number of causes and often cuts to the heart of a woman’s femininity, self-image and self-esteem. More

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Credit Cards Help Erase Wrinkles
from Los Angeles Daily News
Trying to compete in a tight job market or to simply keep the signs of aging at bay, more patients are using plastic to pay for cosmetic surgery lest their appearance go the way of the sagging economy. Calabasas real estate agent Diane P. considers the $8,000 breast augmentation she put on her credit card simply a cost of doing business, the same as the Botox and Restylane treatments she uses to disguise the tiny wrinkles and lines that come with being 44. More

Bridal Parties Askes to Undergo Cosmetic Surgery
from WBZTV
Brides who envision a dream wedding usually want the perfect dress, the perfect setting and a wedding party that looks picture perfect, too. Now, though, many brides aren't stopping at hairstyles and manicures. They want complete bridal party makeovers. More

Woman's Eyes Seal Shut for Three Days a Week Baffling Doctors
from Fox News
A woman, whose eyes clamp shut for three days at a time, then open up for the next three, has baffled medical specialists. Natalie Adler, 21, of Melbourne, Australia, has been locked in the extraordinary routine for four years. Doctors believe she may be the only person in the world with a condition in which her eyes involuntarily shut for days at a time. "I go to bed and I can open my eyes, and then when I wake up the next day I can't," Adler told the Daily Telegraph. "Nobody knows why." More

Facial Fillers Offer Alternative to Plastic Surgery
from ABC News (Chicago)
Facial fillers offer the chance to replace what age has taken away. But there's a lot for consumers to consider including a brand new injectable. Facial fillers are now stealing the limelight from the traditional facelift. They offer the chance to freshen up your look with just a few injections.There's a lot to choose from and even as manufacturers are creating newer, improved products. Some doctors are wondering if we really know enough about the long term effects of some products. More

NCEA: 14-Hour Microdermabrasion Curriculum

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