Money Inc / Jordan Campbell, Winner Circle Athletics The Hard Truths of Being Drafted by the NFL May 14, 2019

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For an athlete, being drafted by the NFL is a dream realized. Money, fame, celebrity – and of course the assumption of a career. Like Hollywood experience, however, all that glitters is not gold. Although everyone has a different perspective and unique experience, it helps to know what’s on the path ahead.

In my case, it wasn’t about making millions of dollars, the diamond encrusted super watch or the personalize Maybach. It wasn’t that life changing experience. It was something more deeply personal – recognizing it as a challenge and a major goal. Yes, being in the NFL did help me chart the course of my life in an ultimately fulfilling role. But there were many, many learning curves on that road.

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Hollywood Life / Dr. Rady Rahban Kim Kardashian Likely Achieved Met Gala Look With A Corseted Waist & Padding – Doctor Explains May 14, 2019

Kim Kardashian’s Met Gala Shape

Kim Kardashian took hourglass to a whole new level at the 2019 Met Gala in her Thierry Mugler couture gown. Her curves literally defied humanity — so we asked a top plastic surgeon how she got her look.

Kim Kardashian, 38, has always had eye popping curves but her dramatic dimensions at the Met Ball 2019 were positively perplexing. Her waist was so snatched, rumors started flying that she’d actually had ribs removed. Her personal trainer was quick to shoot that theory down though. So how exactly did she get her extreme curves? Top plastic surgeon Dr. Rady Rahban tells Hollywoodlife EXCLUSIVELY that it’s likely a number of things that went into her epic fashion moment, including layers of “padding.”

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reVolver Podcasts / Dr. Rady Rahban Don’t Be Botched…Be Informed About Plastic Surgery May 13, 2019

DALLAS (May 8, 2018) – Discover answers to the questions you should have asked about plastic surgery with famed Beverly Hills surgeon Dr. Rady Rahban on the new eye-opening Plastic Surgery: Uncensored podcast making its debut May 8, 2019 on reVolver Podcasts. Joining board certified Dr. Rahban is media personality Monique Marvez as they navigate through the blurred ethics of our look-good-at-any-cost mindset spawned by social media’s concepts of beauty.

In his trademark pull-no-punches authentic and direct style, Dr. Rahban breaks down subjects surrounding what’s right and what’s wrong with plastic surgery today. He offers the unvarnished truth about the warning signals patients should look for as more poorly trained and unqualified doctors surface, and unregulated procedures become more mainstream. In his own practice, patients seek Dr. Rahban’s help to correct the misguided and dangerous life changing choices they made putting their bodies in the hands of unscrupulous practitioners. From hearing the truth behind med spas and the taboos of plastic surgery to trends and questions you should ask in a live consultation, Dr. Rahban is on a mission to create awareness and send a powerful message.

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Bustle / Dr. Ming Wang 7 Weird Things Your Body Can Predict, According To Science May 9, 2019

Whether or not people can actually predict the future is debatable. But according to science, you may not need any kind of psychic ability to predict what’s going to happen. The human body can do some things you may not even be aware of. As weird as it may sound, your body has the ability to predict certain things.

Before you get too excited, these predictions have nothing to do with how many children you’re going to have or how much money you’ll be making in 10 years. Instead, it can clue you in to potential health issues down the road and even how long you’re going to live.

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Optometric Management / Dr. Ming Wang Subscriber Exclusive: Tips on Managing Diabetic Patients May 7, 2019

“Optometrists are often the first to suspect and recommend testing for diabetes, based on clinical findings during [comprehensive] eye exams,” says Francisco Burgos, O.D., A.B.C.M.O., Katzen Eye Group, Lutherville, Md. This is important as more than 30.3 million people, or 9.4% of the U.S. population, had diabetes as of 2015, The American Diabetes Association reports. Furthermore, more than 84.1 million U.S. adults are pre-diabetic, and more than 90% of them don’t even know they have it, according to the CDC.

As such, optometrists should have in place practices to serve these patients to the best of their abilities, specifically, developing relationships with primary care providers, adding value via providing patient education, tracking clinical signs and, finally, coding appropriately.

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