Look Younger with a Facial Workout?

Can you work out your face to look younger? Researchers at Northwestern University say yes.

Results from a new study published Jan. 3 in the the Journal of the American Medical Association show that facial exercise routines may help middle-aged women look more youthful.

The study is the first of its kind to test the ability of facial exercises to improve the appearance of the face.

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Say No to Bikini-Line Hair, Say Yes to Swimsuit Season

It may seem like winter is never going to end, but despite the cold, swimsuit season is drawing near. This means you need to start getting swimsuit ready now. We don't mean working out; we mean that now is an excellent time to consider getting your bikini line in shape.

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Stop Stressing About Stress Urinary Incontinence

Do you cross your legs when you cough? Say a prayer before you sneeze? Avoid running or exercising because you're afraid your bladder may leak? If you're struggling with urinary incontinence, you're not alone. Dr. Alqulali treats many women who are living with urinary incontinence.

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Labiaplasty: Trending for 2018?

According to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, the labiaplasty will be a top procedure for women in 2018.

Labiaplasty has grown in popularity over the last few years. The number of labia reshaping procedures totaled 12,000 in 2016, an almost 40 percent increase over the previous year.

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On Ice: Longest-Frozen Embryo Born in 2017

A female human embryo frozen in 1992 was successfully born last November in Tennessee.

The embryo was frozen for 24 years, making it the longest known frozen human embryo in the world.

The healthy 6-pound, 8-ounce baby girl named Emma was born on November 25 to a 25-year old mother, meaning the baby was conceived just one year after her mother's birth, a startling fact even to her parents.

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