Dui: 10.1097/00006534-196711000-00001. Furthermore, there are so many people that are addicted to cosmetic surgeries that they would waste a huge amount of money for one visit to a plastic surgeon. In addition people should comprehend that wasting their money on plastic surgery may be a positive or a negative thing, because plastic surgeries have distorted so many lives of young people that where naturally beautiful. In the United Kingdom some doctors banned young girls and boys from having a plastic surgery even if they have the money to do it, because it helps these young teens to love and accept the way they
My issue is if cosmetic surgery is becoming a mental health issue or if it’s becoming an addiction to many. I will mainly discuss how it’s becoming such a big issue to this society and how it’s affecting many people. A lot of people mostly teenagers are being affected because they see that many people are going on with the procedure. Many people are having the thought that it is only to make them prettier or to boost their self-esteem. However many also argue that since many people are undergoing cosmetic surgery it’s easier for people to just undergo a surgery and wake up with what you wanted.
(84) There are many benefits that make people choose to undergo plastic surgery. The most obvious benefit is to improve their physical appearance and help them feel better about what they looks. There are few types of plastic surgeries that are widely been performed
The media constantly reminds them of the option to undergo cosmetic surgery. This has made cosmetic surgery very popular in South Korea, one in five women have gone under the knife according to the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeon. If you’re wondering why all these girls look the same, it’s due to cosmetic surgery. They are the 2013 Miss Korea Contestants. It is striking that none of these contestants look like typical Korean girls.
Pfizer exposes twenty-seven different technical indicators which can help you to evaluate instability that cannot be diversified away. Legal risk plays a major role for companies such as Pfizer. For example If a drug is sent to several markets and side effects become apparent, the legal fees and settlement costs can cost Pfizer millions/billions of dollars and it can also bring the company down. In the Pharmaceutical industry, the competitors are less because of the amount of money needed alongside with the high cost of research and development is very high. Pfizer has been expose to different forms of risk and the most alarming one is the lawsuits stemming from side effects caused by their medications.
Every surgeries carry risk, especially for those who have the history of health problems such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and so on will have a higher chance of developing complications during cosmetic surgery. Smoking will also carry risk and affect the healing. Some complications such as pulmonary embolism, blood clots, scarring and so on can occur during cosmetic surgery and if more serious, it can even cause death (Mayo clinic 2014). For example, a former Miss Argentina, Solange Magnano died after having cosmetic buttock surgery, gluteoplasty due to pulmonary embolism, a blocked lung artery (CNN 2009). However, this argument is weak because with modern technology, cosmetic surgery can be done more successfully.
Barbie: The Role Model When the famous Danish-Norwegian group Aqua introduced us to their new song rhetorically named “Barbie Girl”, no one expected this mediocre song to become such a phenomenon; an anthem in which many people still know to this very day. Created in 1977, this song was made as an ode amid society’s love for this doll. Not only did this song have a catchy tune and a colorful video that enacted all of Barbie’s hobbies, the lyrics of this song, also interpreted sex appeal in modern society. “I’m a Barbie girl, in a Barbie world…”helped further our obsession with Mattel’s infamous product: The Barbie Doll. Established in 1940’s, Mattel Creations (sometimes known as Mattel Toys), was invented by Ruth and Elliot Handler, a
Although it was a bloody war, disease was the number one cause of death due to all the unsanitary equipment being used. Not only did the cleanness of things factor in the deaths caused by disease, but so did the knowledge of the people back then. They were not familiar with bacterial transmission, so not much was done to keep things sanitary. Luckily, today we have way better technology, knowledge and medical equipment. If it wasn’t for the Civil War and all the people who put their lives on the line, the world wouldn’t be how it is
However, this is a trend that has changed, over the years. Plastic surgery has shocked all over the world that the number of procedures increased. I strongly agree that plastic and cosmetic surgery should be banned because the cost of surgeries are very expensive, the treatment carries risks bring poor outcomes to the patients, and plastic surgery is the source of which diseases or disorder come from. First, let’s take a look at the cost of surgeries are very expensive to do the plastic surgery. When people decide want to do the cosmetic surgery, they always consult with professional who gives them an estimate as to the cost.
Not only that, child beauty pageants also send inappropriate messages to young girls about how they should act in society. This is because child beauty pageant contestants are taught that if you look pretty, you win prizes, you win in life. This results in developing their perception that being pretty with a cute attitude is the best thing in life. *For example, a girl named Daisey Mae was on Toddlers and Tiaras. She was eight years old and she said “Facial beauty is the most important thing in life.” This is exactly what I’m talking about.