Plastic Surgery News
Breast Cancer Survivor Will Walk 1,000 Miles to Congress
Paulette Leaphart, 49, is going to Washington, D.C. And she will make the entire 1,000-mile journey on foot. Nothing will stand in her way - not even the shirt on her back. Literally. She will walk from Biloxi, Mississippi, tomorrow completely topless, showing the evidence of her double mastectomy
The Latest: Doctors Say Face Transplant Not in Jeopardy.
Doctors at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston say Charla Nash's face transplant is not in jeopardy, despite the discovery that her body is rejecting some of the tissue
Cueto Roughed up but Giants Rally for 9-6 Win Over Reds
The Reds roughed up Johnny Cueto in his return to Great American Ball Park, but the San Francisco Giants rallied against Cincinnati's historically bad bullpen, riding Brandon Crawford's three-run homer to an 9-6 victory
Ex-FBI Agent Pleads Guilty to Stealing Suspected Drug Money
A former FBI special agent pleaded guilty Monday to stealing more than $136,000 in suspected drug money, which led to criminal charges being dropped against more than a dozen people
This Miami Plastic Surgeon Uses Snapchat to Record His Surgeries Live in the Operating Room
Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Salzhauer has managed to amass one of the largest followings on Snapchat, one 10-second video at a time. Salzhauer, better known as "Dr. Miami," uses Snapchat during his patients' surgeries to document the procedures. As a result, he has millions of Snapchat fans
Meet the Plastic Surgeon Who Films His Surgeries Live on Snapchat
Miami's Dr. Michael Salzhauer is so popular on Snapchat that he has a waiting list for patients to have appointments.
Breast Implants, Tummy Tucks Funded by Identity Theft
Police in Orlando say they've broken up a crime ring that used stolen IDs to pay for breast implants, tummy tucks and dental work
Can Scott Brooks solve the Wizards' identity problem?
Deciding whether a team has an "identity" calls to mind the classic U.S. Supreme Court definition of pornography: it's hard to define exactly, but you know it when you see it -- and in the case of NBA teams, you definitely know when you don't. It's hard to even say whether you can craft an identity
What It Feels Like to Be a Young Transgender Man in the Shadow of North Carolina's 'Bathroom Law'
Reevs O'Neal is a transgender man who's about to have a life-changing operation that he says he would not have felt comfortable doing in his home state of North Carolina. "In North Carolina, it definitely wasn't safe for me to transition," O'Neal told ABC News' "Nightline." "It was just