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Topic - David Reath
The American Society of Plastic Surgeons released its latest cosmetic and reconstructive surgery statistics on Monday, revealing that upper-arm liposuction has seen a 4,378 percent increase since 2000 — a signal that women are paying much more attention to public figures' "guns."
"We are genetically programmed to have different accumulations of fat in different areas, and for some women the arms can be a problem area," Dr. David Reath, chair of the ASPS Public Education Committee, told the AP.