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Art of Sculpting

By: Lisette Hilton
Date: December 2010
Source: New You Magazine


Liposuction removes the fat, but the right surgeon sculpts your body beautiful While fashion trends come and go, one thing that’s always in demand? Curves—when they’re in all the right places, of course. But diet and exercise alone don’t always deliver the shapely silhouette you want. Sound familiar? In the right hands, a simple tool and the right technique can create your custom contours.

At age 50, Pat Rodgers of Tampa, Fla., looks in the mirror and likes what she sees. But it wasn’t always that way. And it didn’t come easy. (Surprise, surprise.)

Just like so many of us, Pat woke up one morning and realized she’d gone from hourglass to bell-shaped and had some work to do. Good old-fashioned exercise gave her a start, but for the diet and exercise-resistant parts of her body, she turned to Thomas Y. Su, MD, a cosmetic surgeon in Tampa, who specializes in liposuction.

“He made my body look beautiful,” Pat says. “I still have weight to lose on my own. [But liposuction] gave me a boost and addressed areas that are the tough areas.”

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Sleep Your Way to Success

How Shut-Eye Debt Can Hurt Your Health

By: Lisette Hilton
Date: August/September 2008
Source: Success Magazine


Cynthia Alfaro’s yawning was drawing negative attention at work. “People would say, ‘Oh, I’m boring you.’ And I’d say, ‘My gosh, I’m so sorry. You’re not,’ ” she says. “There were meetings where I was literally fighting to stay up, which was embarrassing because that is not who I am. I’m really passionate.”

At 29 and responsible for some 300 employees as a human resources manager in New Jersey, Alfaro drank coffee to cover up her persistent fatigue. It was only when she tried to give up caffeine and talked with a sleep expert at one of her

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Keeping it Moist

By: Lisette Hilton
Date: June 17, 2010
Source: New You Magazine


One of the quickest ways to improving your health, both inside and out, is to drink enough fluids every day It sounds so simple: One molecule of water has two hydrogen atoms bonded to a single oxygen atom. Yet, water is among the most powerful forces in human health and vitality. Our bodies’ main chemical component, water is about 60 to 70 percent of our body weight. Nutrition guru Mitzi Dulan, RD, CSSD, says that water is vital for keeping all the natural systems of detox and hydration optimal. It flushes out toxins, transports nutrients to cells and provides the moisture our tissues need to thrive.

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When a Recent Graduate Moves Back Home

Survival Tips for Parents

By: Lisette Hilton
Date: June 2007
Source: Revolution Health.com


Graduation from high school or college used to mark a child's first steps into the real world. After all, baby boomers seemed eager to cut dependent ties with their parents.

Yet, today's grads (and their boomer parents) appear less willing to sever the cord — considering that 46.7 percent of women and 53.7 percent of men ages 18 to 24 still live at home, according to 2006 U.S. Census Bureau data.

Whether you're a parent welcoming your child back home after college or your child never left after high school, these tips can help you make the most of living under one roof.

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