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3 Plastic Surgery Procedures That Are Making People Feel Happier Worldwide!

Plastic Surgery and Your Confidence Can plastic surgery make you feel happier? Indeed, YES. Plastic surgery is making many people feel happier about their physical appearance even if it doesn't take away life's problems. Features that make you feel uncomfortable or self-conscious can be corrected through plastic surgery. You may start living a more confident and free life as you take off a huge load from your mind. Plastic Surgery makes you feel confident in your skin What do you think, which plastic procedures satisfy most people around the world?  Although plastic surgery is a personal choice, there are a few procedures that consistently rank high in satisfying patients. Let’s take a look at the three most popular plastic surgeries. The all-time favorite for feminine curves: Breast Augmentation With a whopping 97% “Worth It” rating on, Breast Augmentation has consistently satisfied many ladies around the globe. A relatively safe procedure to undergo,

Think You're Too Young for a Heart Attack? Think Again!

India woke up to the unfortunate news of actor Sidharth Shukla’s untimely demise due to a massive heart attack on 2nd September. He was 40! Isn’t that shocking? Millions adored him for his fit body, great acting skills, and young warm smile!  Despite being wrapped with health and fitness goals, and gym routines, we lost a talented man! It has certainly revealed a shocking trend of increasing heart attacks among young adults. All of us believe that we have plenty of time before we need to think about heart health and heart attack! However, over the years, the rate of heart attacks among young people has doubled and people in their 20s, 30s, and 40s are falling victim to it. According to researchers, when 28,000 people hospitalized for heart attacks were studied from 1995 to 2014, they found that the rate of heart attacks in patients ages 35 to 54 has increased from 27% to 32%. Taking good care of your heart in your 20s, 30s, and 40s will protect your heart and ensure a  longer, healthie