• Common Myths About Breast Augmentation Surgery

    According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, nearly 280,000 breast augmentation surgeries were performed in 2015. If you're considering the surgery, you might be concerned about some of the horror stories you heard from friends and family, or read on the internet. However, before you believe everything you read or hear, it's important to learn that most of the information floating around about breast augmentation procedures simply' isn't true. Here are a few of the most common myths associated with breast augmentation surgery:
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  • Choosing A Primary Care Physician For Your Kids: 3 Factors To Consider

    Your kid has a weaker immune system than you do, which is why they are typically more susceptible to getting sick. For example, a child can get 8 colds per year or even more. This doesn't even take into account additional diseases, disorders, and ailments that your child may succumb to. With that in mind, you can expect to make a couple of trips to the doctor's office each year. Having a designated primary care physician that your child sees most of the time can be beneficial.
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