Following the death of beauty queen Solange Magnano, much concern has been raised about the safety of plastic surgery. While there is no 'no risk' procedure, patients must do their due diligence in researching and choosing a physician for the lowest risk possible.
As December ends, we look back on this month fondly and look forward to what 2010 will bring. Happy New Year from American Health and Beauty!
Only one week left to get your shopping done - will you be ready in time?
The malls will be packed this weekend as shoppers try to find everything on their holiday lists.
As December hits full stride and Winter feels like it's already here, we're excited to start another beautiful wintry week at AHB.
It's the end of an exciting week and the beginning of a promising weekend. The "Aesthetic Plastic Surgery: The Next Generation Symposium" is meeting in New York and Keith Veseleny is there gathering information for all of the AHB readers!
Breast implants go au naturale, lasers can bring your skin back from the ink, and Solange Magnano is most researched on AHB.
Healing from a higher power, Implantable Contacts, and the dangers of medical tourism on AHB today.
Welcome to December - comfy coats, furry boots, and the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show!
Following an internationally publicized death after the use of the injectable PMMA, the Physicians Coalition for Injectable Safety urges caution when seeking out the injection of fillers.
After undergoing a cosmetic procedure, former model and 1994's Miss Argentina Solange Magnano died due to pulmonary embolism.