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Notes-1st article quotes and ideas
"Trying to turn back the clock is passé as a quiet revolution emphasizes that well-being is the key to quality of life and peace of mind."
My Ideas: I believe that no matter how you feel about your body you were made to stand out and beauty doesn't come from the outside it comes from the inside.
"It's a move to adapt to aging, to value it and honor what it means to grow old in this era of unprecedented longevity,People are ... taking responsibility for their health without relying on quick fixes like pills or surgery."
My Ideas: aging is part of life weather you like it or not, what people make it seem is totally different then what it really is, you can never be beautiful if you cant accept your natural beauty.
Notes-2nd article quotes and ideas
A young woman ... explained that eye-shaping surgery "wasn't a vanity thing. It really was this belief that if you looked a little more Western and a little less Asian, it's like having a great degree from a better school.... It was something to put in your portfolio."
My Ideas: beauty is beauty. no matter what shape or form, there are people out there that will die for your beauty don't ruin it with a needle.
"a member must not perform a surgical operation that is not calculated to improve or benefit the patient."
My Ideas:this gives a good reason to not get surgery on beauty.