Ban "failing" hip resurfacing implants for women, say surgeons

Ban 'failing' hip resurfacing implants for women, say surgeonsWomen who had worn-out hips resurfaced five times more likely to need a second operation More than one in ten suffer problemsFailure figures for men are much lower | UPDATED: 01:07 GMT, 2 October 2012 Women should no longer be offered hip resurfacing because of ‘unacceptably high’ failure rates, surgeons have warned.

After same no scalpel facelift as Jennifer Aniston, one woman"s diary of her transformation

Sorry to my face for all I've put it through (but I'd do it again…): After a Jennifer Aniston-style no scalpel facelift, one woman's diary of her transformation By Kay Goddard PUBLISHED: 21:21 GMT, 16 June 2012 | UPDATED: 12:18 GMT, 17 June 2012 I would like to begin with an apology – first to my teenage son for scaring the living daylights out of him, secondly to my sister who was so shocked at my swollen, bloodied appearance that she stayed with me and my son overnight in case I never woke up again.