Study of Identical Twins Yields Clues on How Breasts Age A recent study shows that there are steps women can take to keep their breasts looking attractive and youthful without surgery. By studying identical twins, researchers were able to evaluate the impact of lifestyle and environmental factors in the absence of genetic influences. The study suggests that the following activities may help women’s breasts remain younger looking: • Breastfeeding • Hormone replacement therapy • Daily moisturizing In contrast, these lifestyle choices could cause accelerated breast aging: • Drinking alcohol • Smoking • Higher body mass index • Multiple pregnancies The volunteers for the 2009 and 2011 study, whose mean age was 47.6, included 161 pairs of identical female twins. Plastic surgery residents used medical photographs to assess aesthetic breast features, and then compared these ratings using participants’ personal and medical histories. The conclusion is that there are simple things that women can do, such as daily moisturizing and limiting alcohol, to keep their breasts more attractive and youthful without surgical procedures.
Enjoy drinks and hors d’oeuvres as you learn about CoolSculpting, a revolutionary new non-surgical treatment designed to remove stubborn fat and help you reclaim the real versions of yourselves, the cool, natural way.
Wednesday March 26th 11am to 1pm and Tuesday April 8th from 5:30 to 7:30pm
At The Kole Plastic Surgery Center: 1003 Street Road Southampton PA 18966
Admission is free but space is limited.
To take part in this cool event hosted by Dr. Edward Kole, RSVP by March 21st by calling us at 215 354-1010.