News Stories relating to "plastic surgery"
Tuesday, May 13, 2014
A new plastic material, inspired by the clotting action of human blood, has been created by engineers at the University of Illinois.
The plastic contains a network of "capillaries" that mimic the action of blood vessels in the human body, delivering chemicals to "heal" and repair damaged plastic "tissue....
Wednesday, December 28, 2011
If one of your New Year's resolutions
is to do something about your facial lines and wrinkles, be warned: It turns out that muscle-freezing Botox injections not only stay with you, they MIGRATE and affect muscles that you might not effected--it makes them TWITCH...
Friday, September 21, 2007
The average female hates how she looks?but does that make her neurotic? Psychologists say that patients seeking cosmetic rhinoplasty ("nose jobs") ARE often neurotic. And guys with thick, heavy features weren?t just attractive to Neanderthal females?they're still considered attractive today.
Psychologists who analyzed patients who wanted...
Monday, August 11, 2003
Moving body parts around seems to be the latest trend in plastic surgery. We wrote about an Australian artist who is having an extra ear implanted on his arm just for fun. Now a man in Wales has had two of his toes implanted onto his hands, but he has a serious reason for it?he wants to be able to keep fishing.