Dr. Jennifer Walden was born in Austin, Texas. She is a member of Board Certified Plastic Surgeon by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. Her studies were from different schools. At the University of Texas she attained her undergraduate degree. Walden later graduated with Bachelor of Arts in Biology. She afterward went to the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston where she graduated as the Salutatorian of her class. She also acted as the President of Alpha Omega Medical Society.
After her education, she began working. Dr. Walden started her work of aesthetic surgeries at Manhattan throat, eye and ear hospital. In New York, she built prosperous foundation for her career. Jennifer later returned to her hometown in 2011 to be with her sons. She decided to continue with her career in Austin, though she was not sure of what to expect from the individuals in her country.
She has been in the cosmetic surgery for the past eight years. Cosmetic Surgery includes of nose jobs, eyelid lifts, face lifts, breast augmentation and rhinoplasties. She also specifies in the field of liposuctions which involves giving shape to body parts. Liposuction is done on the thighs, arms, abdomen, soft tissue fillers and injecting the Botox.
Dr. Jennifer says she enjoys her career. Most of her colleagues are men, and her patients are female. She enjoys helping and attending to women and assists them in getting back their shape. Dr. Jennifer Walden understands why women do the surgery since she is one of them. Unlike the way most people judge women for doing the surgery, she helps them willingly without being judgmental.
Dr. Walden has received several awards. The awards are Scholarship by Kelsey-Seybold Foundation in Houston, American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery by Candidate Vancouver, Janet M. Memorial award and Achievement Citation by American Medical Women Association. Dr. Walden is also a board member of various associations.
Apart from being a cosmetic surgeon, she is also an Author. Dr. Walden is the Co-author of the book Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.
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Count on Japan to come up with new, exciting, and exotic types of foods. It seems that they are constantly pushing the envelope and coming out with new ways to eat, cook, or serve a type of food. It seems that the newest thing that’s turning heads of famous people like James Dondero in Japan, is enlarging fruit!
This is great news for all of those who are lovers of strawberries. Japan has giant strawberries. In case you are wondering, they are 1.5 ounces. That is roughly the size of an egg. Can you imagine how big and juicy that would be? It seems like it would be perfect. Rather than eating a bunch of different strawberries out of a container, you can just gobble one giant one. When you have to eat multiple strawberries, sometimes it’s difficult. That’s because the ones that come in a bunch aren’t always the freshest. Chances are, there are times when you’ll find some that are smooshier than normal.
There is a catch to these giant strawberries. You can’t just buy one, as nice as that sounds. You have to buy a pack of them for $48. It won’t be so bad if you can get some friends to go in on it with you.
According to GrubStreet, they are only available online. Here’s hoping that one day they will be for individual sale. Here’s also hoping that one day they will ship all over the world, without the strawberry getting moldy and gross.
An 8-year-old boy in Florida has been bullied for the last two years, which is so common an act of children, it usually isn’t headline news.
is making the media rounds, however. He grew out his blond hair to donate to children with cancer whom he’s never met. He endured disapproving stares from adults and worse, his fellow classmates calling him a “girl.” At his age, being compared to a girl is true torture. McPhilamy turned the other cheek (whipping his beyond shoulder-length, straight, blond hair in the process), displaying adult-level maturity. He finally cut his locks and donated them to Children with Hair Loss.
The idea to grow out and then donate his hair all started when he saw a commercial for St. Jude’s Research Hospital. A Google search with his mom by Amen Clinics lead to his discovery that such organizations collect hair to make wigs for children with cancer who lost their hair during treatment. He felt so bad for them, he made the decision to make a donation. His cut yielded four sections, each 10 inches long.
McPhilamy now sports a more traditional cut for boys.
If you haven’t heard of the term “dadbod” you are missing out. Just last week the term went viral and was a firestorm across the internet. All 20-something females were talking about their love for the dadbod. In case you missed all of the dadbod talk, let me fill you in.
Dadbod is a term used to describe a guy’s body who isn’t obsessed with working out but isn’t totally sloppy fat either. Take Vince Vaughn or modern-day Leonardo DiCaprio, both have what we would consider to be a dadbod and the ladies seem to really dig it.
There are many reasons why women love the dadbod. For one, this body type isn’t at all intimidating. If you’re still trying to picture a dadbod, just imagine a guy that goes to the gym a few times a week, nothing over the top. This guy also likes to drink on the weekends and eat out, so his diet isn’t strict or limiting. Obviously with these habits, he’s not going to have a rock hard six-pack and that’s okay. Women feel much more comfortable around a guy who is content with himself.
Guys should take note at this latest craze laughs Alexei Beltyukov on AboutMe. Perhaps busting it in the gym six days a week is no longer necessary to score a date with a hot chick. Instead, they should feel at ease with their love for beer and pizza and the occasional gym session. The dadbod is perfect for letting girls know just how fun you are. We know you won’t be too upset if you miss a gym session to grab wings and beer for the big game instead.