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ANITA MANDAL, PALM BEACH GARDENS Editors note: Anita Mandal is a plastic surgeon at Mandal Plastic Surgery Center, PA, in Palm Beach Gardens. Market story, sign disagree on soon Its great that Doris Italian Market & Bakery is coming to North Palm Beach. However, your article indicates that it will open in Spring 2015 and an accompanying photo of the current shopping center signage shows that the store is Coming Soon. Spring 2015 (which could be as late as May 2015) is hardly soon. I have never understood why developers and retailers are not more specific with signage indicating plans for opening. I realize construction and permitting is an inexact process and that deadlines often slip. However, to avoid consumer confusion, will it or wont it open speculation and rumors, it would be best to simply be honest with the plans.
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LocateADoc.com Announces New Medical Advisory Board

Locate A Doc logo Earlier this week I was reading an article on Yahoo about a 16 years old girl who looks like a Human Barbie doll. I can remember (back in the day) when having a Barbie doll as a little girl was the big thing. All the little girls wanted to come over to your house to play Barbies with you. Then as you got older, you stopped playing with Barbie, and started collecting them. Now, I am not sure what is happening in the mindset of the individuals of this generation wanting to be like Barbie in real life. Photos of the Day Photos of the weekend As I continued to read the article, I began to ask myself, “What is going on in a young person’s head that would make her want to be or look like something made from plastic? There is nothing humanistic about being or becoming like a doll because it’s not real!
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Presenting A Remarkable Fusion of Art, Fashion and Plastic Surgery

My art and my work will seamlessly meet in Faces of Beauty 2014, Dr. Kassir explains. We host this annual event to allow our patients to have their moment to proudly acknowledge their plastic surgery and the positive value it has brought to their lives. Surgery, like sculpture, is for me an artistic process which requires balancing aesthetics with individual goals the goals each patient identifies when they seek to improve their appearance and my goals as a surgeon dedicated to achieving the best possible result. Patients, including women of exceptional beauty from Afghanistan, Albania, Aruba, Barbados, Brazil, France, Iran, Japan, Peru, Russia and other countries around the world, will appear at the September 9 event to celebrate their individuality. Faces of Beauty 2014, a fusion of art, fashion and plastic surgery, will include a living art presentation, an extraordinary visual tableau designed to contrast art forms, highlighting the work of Dr.
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Human Barbie: What dads need to tell their daughters – CSMonitor.com

Remus Repta, M.D. specializes in Cosmetic Surgery, Plastic Surgery, Facial Plastic Surgery, and Minimally Invasive Surgery including BOTOX. Dr. Repta performs a variety of surgeries including breast enhancement surgery, body contouring and facial rejuvenation with a promise to help you look vibrant and natural at any age. Barry L. Eppley, M.D., D.M.D specializes in Cosmetic Surgery, Plastic Surgery, Anti-Aging, Facial Plastic Surgery, and Minimally Invasive Surgery such as BOTOX. Dr.
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