Modern medicine

11.07.2011                      09.Tammus, 5771

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Modern medicine

One can safely have a facelift every 10 years; and there is no age limit as to who is eligible.

Throughout history, people have endeavored to look their best. The products and services aimed at improving the look of the body and especially the face have always been big business. Facial creams based on the extracts of plants and minerals, medicinal waters, etc., have always been popular. Legend has it that Egyptian queen Cleopatra wanted Rome to give her the area of then southeastern Judea because she wanted exclusive rights to the Dead Sea. The beauty-conscious queen knew of the special cosmetic properties of the waters and salts of the Dead Sea and wanted to build a spa for her own personal use.
Mankind is still concerned with the urge to look better, younger, fitter. Exercising makes one look both fitter and better, and the use of cosmetics can delay the ravages of time. But today, medical technology can remove excess fat and reshape parts of the body. These treatments are generally called plastic surgery or cosmetic surgery. Medical science has also found ways to remove excess fat. Fat is one of the major problems of modern society. Technology has made fantastic strides in automation, which means that machine do most of our manual labor. Little physical labor means little exertion, which in turn means a low rate of burning calories and the consequent formation of fat….