Trawling through the internet one day I came across this little book published in 1981 (when KBW was playing doctors and nurses at Playgroup) by one Elizabeth Morgan, a plastic surgeon who as well as being the medical columnist for Cosmopolitan under Helen Gurley Brown’s editorship, was one of very few women to become a surgeon in the late seventies. 792 more words
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While we were waiting to see him, my mom and I talked about how best to approach my dad once we got to see him. We weren’t sure if he would have been told already about needing a bypass so we agreed to keep him calm and gently break the news and go from there. 873 more words
The demand for bigger buttocks in Venezuela means some women will even have banned injections to achieve them, putting their health at risk.
It is with tears in her eyes that Denny recounts how she woke up one day to find a bump the size of a football in her lower back. 275 more words