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This Guy Spent £96,000 on Plastic Surgery to Look Like Kim Kardashian

British make-up artist Jordan James Parke spent £96,000 in plastic surgery to look like his idol Kim Kardashian. The 23 year-old confessed he became obsessed with Kim since the first time he saw her on TV. It's been 50 plastic surgeries so far, and Jordan is already saving for the next one: Another nose job. Read More >>

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Using Plastic Surgery To Keep Astronauts Human On Long Space Missions

A brief exchange in the back of last week's issue of New Scientist asks: "I understand that the lines and sagging skin we acquire as we age are due to the sun and gravity. If I lived in a space station in zero or microgravity away from the sun, would I stay looking young?" A perfectly innocuous, if even somewhat boring, question—but the answer, supplied by a reader from London, touches on some fascinating terrain. Read More >>

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The Extreme Plastic Surgery Transformation of a Korean Reporter

Except in extreme cases, I don't think plastic surgery is a good idea for any human being. But when someone is attractive to begin with—like this South Korean reporter—I just can't comprehend the reasons. Look at the before and after shots. Read More >>

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Man Forced To Grow New Nose on Forehead After Traffic Accident

So you've been in a nasty traffic accident and smashed all your face in. The good news is, doctors can sort you out a new one. The bad news? You've got to grow it on your forehead first. Read More >>

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Pioneering WWI Plastic Surgery Was Way Ahead of Its Time

What you're looking at isn't three different people. No, it's the progress made by a single patient, Lieutenant William M. Spreckley, who was admitted to Dr Harold Gillies's care in January 1917 with a "gunshot wound nose". Gillies is considered the father of modern plastic surgery—and it's not hard to see why. Read More >>

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Surgeons Offering ‘Facebook Facelifts’, as People Really are That Shallow

Nope, nuh-uh, nadda. I refuse to believe this. It is RIDICULOUS. Apparently, some doctors are claiming that video services such as Skype and FaceTime as well as Facebook are contributing to the boom in plastic surgery over the past decade. Really? Read More >>

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FaceTime Is Making People Hate Their Faces So Much They’re Getting Plastic Surgery

No — not an Onion article. A Washington, DC-area plastic surgeon is being hit with patients rendered so self-conscious by their video chatting visages that they're asking for phone-specific facelifts. Technology is great, except when it's so, so awful. Read More >>