Cosmetic Procedures News
A link between plastic surgery and cancer?
Dr. Jen Ashton appears live on "GMA" to discuss a link between certain types of breast implants and cancer.
Belly button makeovers latest in pursuit of perfection
From Brazilian butt lifts to breast augmentation to botox, body-perfecting plastic surgery seems to have every part covered. In recent years, however, there's been a big increase in requests for surgery on a tiny part of the body that, until now, seemed like an afterthought. Belly buttons. While
Chrissy Teigen admits to getting liposuction on her armpits
Chrissy Teigen recently broached the topic of plastic surgery with a group of journalists, and on Friday, she took to Twitter to set the record straight about what she's actually had done. Teigen, who recently launched a palette with BECCA Cosmetics, confirmed that she's had liposuction on her
Julia Roberts is People magazine's most beautiful woman of 2017
People magazine's Jess Cagle appears live on "GMA" to discuss how its staff made the tough decision.
Julia Roberts is People magazine’s 'World's Most Beautiful Woman’ for a record-setting fifth time
Actress Julia Roberts was named People magazine 's "World's Most Beautiful Woman" for a record-setting fifth time this year, the magazine said today. People's Editorial Director Jess Cagle announced the magazine's decision on " Good Morning America ," adding that the magazine's annual "Most
Days after death of Utah doctor who killed wife, daughter opens up about decade-long nightmare
On the 10th anniversary of former beauty queen Michele MacNeill's murder at the hands of her husband, Dr. Martin MacNeill , their daughter, Alexis Somers, is reflecting on the "nightmare" she endured for a decade. Somers, now 34 and a mother of three, was in her first year of medical school when
Miami plastic surgeon who films surgeries on Snapchat gets reality show
Dr. Michael Salzhauer, who shows off all kinds of procedures from butt lifts to full "mommy makeovers," now stars in a TV show called "Dr.
Howard Stern faces invasion of privacy lawsuit
The "GMA" team of insiders analyzes some of the biggest stories trending this morning.
Reporter's Notebook: How a look inside Venezuela's crumbling health care system got me kicked out of the country
Our hospital source just kept repeating: “There are almost zero antibiotics, no surgical gowns, no internal sutures, no gauze, no hypertension meds, no chemotherapy. Hospitals don’t have bed sheets, food or water.” There’s no soap. There’s no air conditioning. In short, he said, performing surgery