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    Volumise your face using your own stem cells

    Life, Dr Nantapat Supapannachart, Published on 23/08/2012

    » In your 20s, you may be crabby about a full, fat face and how it makes you look portly in pictures. But when in your 40s, you'll be among the lucky few who are still enjoying voluminous cheeks. For at this age, most of those who enjoyed a shapely face with defined cheekbones are having troubles with volume loss and a hollow and sagging appearance. When the inevitable volume depletion kicks in, those with a plump and round face are likely to get defined cheekbones, but most others are finding ways to make the face pretty and firm like before.


    The five worst enemies of skin

    Life, Dr Nantapat Supapannachart, Published on 30/08/2012

    » It's commonly said that at age 20 you have the skin you inherited, at 40 the skin you deserve and at 60 the skin you earned. So you may be born with the best skin, but your lifestyle _ internal and external, personal and social _ decides what you deserve and earn. Most of it is under your control, so take note.


    Ab-solutely fabulous

    Life, Dr Nantapat Supapannachart, Published on 21/06/2012

    » Everyone ogles at the lovely bodies seen on TV, in movies and on billboards. Needless to say, this really puts pressure on how one thinks their body should look. A person with ripped abs is probably more satisfied with his or her body image than an individual who is stout, because of the attention one gets. The result of this is that everyone wants to have a six-pack of firm abs.


    Dealing with your skin after menopause

    Life, Dr Nantapat Supapannachart, Published on 19/07/2012

    » Menopause is an unavoidable change that every woman will experience during their mid 40s or beyond, and a lot of changes occur during this transition period. It is always helpful to know what to expect, so you can better deal with it.


    Muscles in a minute

    Life, Dr Nantapat Supapannachart, Published on 26/07/2012

    » We all want something bigger, faster, and stronger, everything from houses, cars and internet speed all the way down to extra strength, headache pills and energy drinks. We've also become impatient, we want change, and we want it now. We want to see immediate effects, and results. The same goes for building muscles and having six-packs. The desire to build a strong muscular body is in most of us, but we often get demotivated because the muscle gain comes too slow and requires too much effort. We want shortcuts to achieving that perfect body _ it'd be awesome if we could just wake up one morning with six-packs, effortlessly. Are there any shortcuts?


    Smaller waist, sexier breasts

    Life, Dr Nantapat Supapannachart, Published on 28/06/2012

    » Haven't we all wished we could donate our fat, and not just our organs? Don't we often wish we could transfer fat from one part of our body to another? Well, we can! We can move the extra fat from our tummy and use it to enhance our breasts or even our buttocks. This means a smaller waistline and a bodacious cleavage in one sitting.


    Even an ideal bikini body may be obese

    Life, Dr Nantapat Supapannachart, Published on 05/07/2012

    » You could be thin on the outside and fat on the inside, and not even know it. Let's find out what that statement means exactly.


    The bigger, the better? Maybe not

    Life, Dr Nantapat Supapannachart, Published on 12/07/2012

    » As much as men like big breasts on women, just the opposite applies to themselves. Big breasts on men, known as gynaecomastia, can be an embarrassment and it often leaves many desperate for a way to reduce their size. Some are so desperate that they take risks and go through surgery. Is the painful and expensive surgery necessary, or are there other alternatives that are effective minus the pain and money?

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    Double chins don't have to be double trouble

    Life, Dr Nantapat Supapannachart, Published on 24/05/2012

    » Are you tired of posing for every photo with your neck held up like you are wearing an invisible brace, all in an effort to avoid photographic proof of your double chin or turkey neck? Once these unwanted features have made their appearance is there any hope of returning to the days of acceptable candid photos without resorting to invasive surgery? The answer is yes; many of the modern, non-invasive treatments can reduce or eliminate unwanted wattles and fat deposits.


    Bye bye batwings

    Life, Dr Nantapat Supapannachart, Published on 14/06/2012

    » Try lifting your arm up in front of a mirror, and what do you see? Tight and well shaped triceps or just excess flabby skin hanging under your arms?

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