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SPAIN-LGBT/
RTS2BOFB
January 22, 2019
Transgender teenager Gabriel Diaz de Tudanca, 16, is examined by plastic surgeon Jorge Planas as he searches...
Madrid, Spain
The Wider Image: Gabriel's journey: a transgender Spaniard makes the change
Transgender teenager Gabriel Diaz de Tudanca, 16, is examined by plastic surgeon Jorge Planas as he searches for a surgeon to carry out his female to male chest reconstruction surgery in Madrid, Spain, November 23, 2015. "Once I came out as a trans boy both socially and with my family, my main objective was to get started with the hormones and go through the chest reconstruction surgery. I really disliked that part of my body," Diaz de Tudanca said. REUTERS/Susana Vera SEARCH "VERA GABRIEL" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. THE IMAGES SHOULD ONLY BE USED TOGETHER WITH THE STORY - NO STAND-ALONE USES
HEALTH-BABY/SURGERY
RTX3218W
March 21, 2017
Frank A. Vicari, MD, pediatric plastic/reconstructive surgery, holds a model representing two spines...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Vicari holds a model of Dominique's two spines as he speaks during a news conference in Park Ridge
Frank A. Vicari, MD, pediatric plastic/reconstructive surgery, holds a model representing two spines of "Baby Dominique" as he speaks during a news conference where doctors and staff discuss the outcome of a complex surgical procedure to treat the 10-month old, who was also born with four legs, at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, U.S., March 21, 2017. REUTERS/John Gress
FRANCE-LEECHES/
RTSV85V
December 08, 2016
A neon sign is seen at the entrance of a service for burned patients at the CHU hospital Pellegrin in...
Bordeaux, France
A neon sign is seen at the entrance of a service for burned patients at the CHU hospital Pellegrin in...
A neon sign is seen at the entrance of a service for burned patients at the CHU hospital Pellegrin in Bordeaux, Southwestern France, December 4, 2016. The leech, Hirudo medicinalis, is an invertebrate 3 cm long in adulthood which after being considered indispensable in the 19th century to cure many affections such as osteoarthritis, phlebitis, tension, then fell in desuetude while it harboured qualities that made it indispensable today in plastic surgery. Picture taken December 4, 2016. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-LEECHES/
RTSV85B
December 08, 2016
A man arrives to deliver leeches at a service for burned patients at the CHU hospital Pellegrin in Bordeaux,...
Bordeaux, France
A man arrives to deliver leeches at a service for burned patients at the CHU hospital Pellegrin in Bordeaux,...
A man arrives to deliver leeches at a service for burned patients at the CHU hospital Pellegrin in Bordeaux, Southwestern France, November 23, 2016. The leech, Hirudo medicinalis, is an invertebrate 3 cm long in adulthood which after being considered indispensable in the 19th century to cure many affections such as osteoarthritis, phlebitis, tension, then fell in desuetude while it harboured qualities that made it indispensable today in plastic surgery. Picture taken November 23, 2016. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-LEECHES/
RTSV85A
December 08, 2016
A nurse places leeches on a wound on a patient's leg at a service for burned patients at the CHU hospital...
Bordeaux, France
A nurse places leeches on a wound on a patient's leg at a service for burned patients at the CHU hospital...
A nurse places leeches on a wound on a patient's leg at a service for burned patients at the CHU hospital Pellegrin in Bordeaux, Southwestern France, November 23, 2016. The leech, Hirudo medicinalis, is an invertebrate 3 cm long in adulthood which after being considered indispensable in the 19th century to cure many affections such as osteoarthritis, phlebitis, tension, then fell in desuetude while it harboured qualities that made it indispensable today in plastic surgery. Picture taken November 23, 2016. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-LEECHES/
RTSV858
December 08, 2016
A patient rests with leeches on his leg at a service for burned patients at the CHU hospital Pellegrin...
Bordeaux, France
A patient rests with leeches on his leg at a service for burned patients at the CHU hospital Pellegrin...
A patient rests with leeches on his leg at a service for burned patients at the CHU hospital Pellegrin in Bordeaux, Southwestern France, November 23, 2016. The leech, Hirudo medicinalis, is an invertebrate 3 cm long in adulthood which after being considered indispensable in the 19th century to cure many affections such as osteoarthritis, phlebitis, tension, then fell in desuetude while it harboured qualities that made it indispensable today in plastic surgery. Picture taken November 23, 2016. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-LEECHES/
RTSV84R
December 08, 2016
A patient rests with leeches on his leg at a service for burned patients at the CHU hospital Pellegrin...
Bordeaux, France
A patient rests with leeches on his leg at a service for burned patients at the CHU hospital Pellegrin...
A patient rests with leeches on his leg at a service for burned patients at the CHU hospital Pellegrin in Bordeaux, Southwestern France, November 23, 2016. The leech, Hirudo medicinalis, is an invertebrate 3 cm long in adulthood which after being considered indispensable in the 19th century to cure many affections such as osteoarthritis, phlebitis, tension, then fell in desuetude while it harboured qualities that made it indispensable today in plastic surgery. Picture taken November 23, 2016. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-LEECHES/
RTSV84P
December 08, 2016
A nurse places leeches on a wound on a patient's leg at a service for burned patients at the CHU hospital...
Bordeaux, France
A nurse places leeches on a wound on a patient's leg at a service for burned patients at the CHU hospital...
A nurse places leeches on a wound on a patient's leg at a service for burned patients at the CHU hospital Pellegrin in Bordeaux, Southwestern France, November 23, 2016. The leech, Hirudo medicinalis, is an invertebrate 3 cm long in adulthood which after being considered indispensable in the 19th century to cure many affections such as osteoarthritis, phlebitis, tension, then fell in desuetude while it harboured qualities that made it indispensable today in plastic surgery. Picture taken November 23, 2016. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-LEECHES/
RTSV84K
December 08, 2016
A box with leeches is seen at a service for burned patients at the CHU hospital Pellegrin in Bordeaux,...
Bordeaux, France
A box with leeches is seen at a service for burned patients at the CHU hospital Pellegrin in Bordeaux,...
A box with leeches is seen at a service for burned patients at the CHU hospital Pellegrin in Bordeaux, Southwestern France, November 23, 2016. The leech, Hirudo medicinalis, is an invertebrate 3 cm long in adulthood which after being considered indispensable in the 19th century to cure many affections such as osteoarthritis, phlebitis, tension, then fell in desuetude while it harboured qualities that made it indispensable today in plastic surgery. Picture taken November 23, 2016. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-LEECHES/
RTSV84I
December 08, 2016
A nurse places leeches on a wound on a patient's leg at a service for burned patients at the CHU hospital...
Bordeaux, France
A nurse places leeches on a wound on a patient's leg at a service for burned patients at the CHU hospital...
A nurse places leeches on a wound on a patient's leg at a service for burned patients at the CHU hospital Pellegrin in Bordeaux, Southwestern France, November 23, 2016. The leech, Hirudo medicinalis, is an invertebrate 3 cm long in adulthood which after being considered indispensable in the 19th century to cure many affections such as osteoarthritis, phlebitis, tension, then fell in desuetude while it harboured qualities that made it indispensable today in plastic surgery. Picture taken November 23, 2016. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-LEECHES/
RTSV83Z
December 08, 2016
A nurse prepares to place a leech on a wound on a patient's leg at a service for burned patients at the...
Bordeaux, France
A nurse prepares to place a leech on a wound on a patient's leg at a service for burned patients at the...
A nurse prepares to place a leech on a wound on a patient's leg at a service for burned patients at the CHU hospital Pellegrin in Bordeaux, Southwestern France, November 23, 2016. The leech, Hirudo medicinalis, is an invertebrate 3 cm long in adulthood which after being considered indispensable in the 19th century to cure many affections such as osteoarthritis, phlebitis, tension, then fell in desuetude while it harboured qualities that made it indispensable today in plastic surgery. Picture taken November 23, 2016. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-LEECHES/
RTSV835
December 08, 2016
A nurse prepares to place leeches on a wound on a patient's leg at a service for burned patients at the...
Bordeaux, France
A nurse prepares to place leeches on a wound on a patient's leg at a service for burned patients at the...
A nurse prepares to place leeches on a wound on a patient's leg at a service for burned patients at the CHU hospital Pellegrin in Bordeaux, Southwestern France, November 23, 2016. The leech, Hirudo medicinalis, is an invertebrate 3 cm long in adulthood which after being considered indispensable in the 19th century to cure many affections such as osteoarthritis, phlebitis, tension, then fell in desuetude while it harboured qualities that made it indispensable today in plastic surgery. Picture taken November 23, 2016. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-LEECHES/
RTSV82I
December 08, 2016
A bag with leeches is seen on a table at a service for burned patients at the CHU hospital Pellegrin...
Bordeaux, France
A bag with leeches is seen on a table at a service for burned patients at the CHU hospital Pellegrin...
A bag with leeches is seen on a table at a service for burned patients at the CHU hospital Pellegrin in Bordeaux, Southwestern France, November 23, 2016. The leech, Hirudo medicinalis, is an invertebrate 3 cm long in adulthood which after being considered indispensable in the 19th century to cure many affections such as osteoarthritis, phlebitis, tension, then fell in desuetude while it harboured qualities that made it indispensable today in plastic surgery. Picture taken November 23, 2016. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-LEECHES/
RTSV814
December 08, 2016
Leeches in quarantine are seen in a plastic boxes at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines, Southwestern...
EYSINES, France
Leeches in quarantine are seen in a plastic boxes at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines, Southwestern...
Leeches in quarantine are seen in a plastic boxes at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines, Southwestern France, July 22, 2016. The leech, Hirudo medicinalis, is an invertebrate 3 cm long in adulthood which after being considered indispensable in the 19th century to cure many affections such as osteoarthritis, phlebitis, tension, then fell in desuetude while it harboured qualities that made it indispensable today in plastic surgery. Picture taken July 22, 2016. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-LEECHES/
RTSV810
December 08, 2016
A researcher checks leeches in quarantine at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines, Southwestern France,...
EYSINES, France
A researcher checks leeches in quarantine at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines, Southwestern France...
A researcher checks leeches in quarantine at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines, Southwestern France, July 22, 2016. The leech, Hirudo medicinalis, is an invertebrate 3 cm long in adulthood which after being considered indispensable in the 19th century to cure many affections such as osteoarthritis, phlebitis, tension, then fell in desuetude while it harboured qualities that made it indispensable today in plastic surgery. Picture taken July 22, 2016. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-LEECHES/
RTSV80Y
December 08, 2016
Leeches in quarantine are seen in a jar at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines, Southwestern France,...
EYSINES, France
Leeches in quarantine are seen in a jar at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines, Southwestern France
Leeches in quarantine are seen in a jar at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines, Southwestern France, July 22, 2016. The leech, Hirudo medicinalis, is an invertebrate 3 cm long in adulthood which after being considered indispensable in the 19th century to cure many affections such as osteoarthritis, phlebitis, tension, then fell in desuetude while it harboured qualities that made it indispensable today in plastic surgery. Picture taken July 22, 2016. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-LEECHES/
RTSV80X
December 08, 2016
A researcher prepares leeches for delivery in hospital at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines, Southwestern...
EYSINES, France
A researcher prepares leeches for delivery in hospital at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines, Southwestern...
A researcher prepares leeches for delivery in hospital at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines, Southwestern France, July 22, 2016. The leech, Hirudo medicinalis, is an invertebrate 3 cm long in adulthood which after being considered indispensable in the 19th century to cure many affections such as osteoarthritis, phlebitis, tension, then fell in desuetude while it harboured qualities that made it indispensable today in plastic surgery. Picture taken July 22, 2016. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-LEECHES/
RTSV80U
December 08, 2016
A researcher prepares leeches for delivery in hospital at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines, Southwestern...
EYSINES, France
A researcher prepares leeches for delivery in hospital at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines, Southwestern...
A researcher prepares leeches for delivery in hospital at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines, Southwestern France, July 22, 2016. The leech, Hirudo medicinalis, is an invertebrate 3 cm long in adulthood which after being considered indispensable in the 19th century to cure many affections such as osteoarthritis, phlebitis, tension, then fell in desuetude while it harboured qualities that made it indispensable today in plastic surgery. Picture taken July 22, 2016. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-LEECHES/
RTSV808
December 08, 2016
A researcher checks a leech in quarantine at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines, Southwestern France,...
EYSINES, France
A researcher checks a leech in quarantine at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines, Southwestern France...
A researcher checks a leech in quarantine at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines, Southwestern France, July 22, 2016. The leech, Hirudo medicinalis, is an invertebrate 3 cm long in adulthood which after being considered indispensable in the 19th century to cure many affections such as osteoarthritis, phlebitis, tension, then fell in desuetude while it harboured qualities that made it indispensable today in plastic surgery. Picture taken July 22, 2016. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-LEECHES/
RTSV803
December 08, 2016
Leeches in quarantine are seen in a jar at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines, Southwestern France,...
EYSINES, France
Leeches in quarantine are seen in a jar at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines, Southwestern France
Leeches in quarantine are seen in a jar at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines, Southwestern France, July 22, 2016. The leech, Hirudo medicinalis, is an invertebrate 3 cm long in adulthood which after being considered indispensable in the 19th century to cure many affections such as osteoarthritis, phlebitis, tension, then fell in desuetude while it harboured qualities that made it indispensable today in plastic surgery. Picture taken July 22, 2016. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-LEECHES/
RTSV7ZI
December 08, 2016
A researcher prepares leeches for delivery in hospital at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines, Southwestern...
EYSINES, France
A researcher prepares leeches for delivery in hospital at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines, Southwestern...
A researcher prepares leeches for delivery in hospital at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines, Southwestern France, July 22, 2016. The leech, Hirudo medicinalis, is an invertebrate 3 cm long in adulthood which after being considered indispensable in the 19th century to cure many affections such as osteoarthritis, phlebitis, tension, then fell in desuetude while it harboured qualities that made it indispensable today in plastic surgery. Picture taken July 22, 2016. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-LEECHES/
RTSV7ZG
December 08, 2016
A researcher prepares leeches for delivery in hospital at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines, Southwestern...
EYSINES, France
A researcher prepares leeches for delivery in hospital at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines, Southwestern...
A researcher prepares leeches for delivery in hospital at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines, Southwestern France, July 22, 2016. The leech, Hirudo medicinalis, is an invertebrate 3 cm long in adulthood which after being considered indispensable in the 19th century to cure many affections such as osteoarthritis, phlebitis, tension, then fell in desuetude while it harboured qualities that made it indispensable today in plastic surgery. Picture taken July 22, 2016. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-LEECHES/
RTSV7ZF
December 08, 2016
Leeches in quarantine are seen at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines, Southwestern France, July 22,...
EYSINES, France
Leeches in quarantine are seen at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines
Leeches in quarantine are seen at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines, Southwestern France, July 22, 2016. The leech, Hirudo medicinalis, is an invertebrate 3 cm long in adulthood which after being considered indispensable in the 19th century to cure many affections such as osteoarthritis, phlebitis, tension, then fell in desuetude while it harboured qualities that made it indispensable today in plastic surgery. Picture taken July 22, 2016. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-LEECHES/
RTSV7ZE
December 08, 2016
Brigitte Latrille, triple medallist and Olympic champion of fencing in 1980 and one of the four specialists...
EYSINES, France
Brigitte Latrille, triple medallist and Olympic champion of fencing in 1980 and one of the four specialists...
Brigitte Latrille, triple medallist and Olympic champion of fencing in 1980 and one of the four specialists in the world to raise leeches for plastic and reconstructive surgery, holds a jar with leeches as she poses in the laboratory of the Ricarimpex company in Eysines, Southwestern France, December 5, 2016. Picture taken December 5, 2016. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-LEECHES/
RTSV7ZD
December 08, 2016
Cocoons, each containing about 20 individuals leeches which will be used on average 18 months later,...
EYSINES, France
Cocoons each containing about 20 individuals leeches are seen at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines,...
Cocoons, each containing about 20 individuals leeches which will be used on average 18 months later, are seen at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines, Southwestern France, July 22, 2016. The leech, Hirudo medicinalis, is an invertebrate 3 cm long in adulthood which after being considered indispensable in the 19th century to cure many affections such as osteoarthritis, phlebitis, tension, then fell in desuetude while it harboured qualities that made it indispensable today in plastic surgery. Picture taken July 22, 2016. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-LEECHES/
RTSV7YX
December 08, 2016
A leech in quarantine is seen in a jar at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines, Southwestern France,...
EYSINES, France
A leech in quarantine is seen in a jar at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines
A leech in quarantine is seen in a jar at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines, Southwestern France, July 22, 2016. The leech, Hirudo medicinalis, is an invertebrate 3 cm long in adulthood which after being considered indispensable in the 19th century to cure many affections such as osteoarthritis, phlebitis, tension, then fell in desuetude while it harboured qualities that made it indispensable today in plastic surgery. Picture taken July 22, 2016. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
FRANCE-LEECHES/
RTSV7YW
December 08, 2016
A researcher checks leeches in quarantine in a jar at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines, Southwestern...
EYSINES, France
A researcher checks leeches in quarantine in a jar at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines, Southwestern...
A researcher checks leeches in quarantine in a jar at the Ricarimpex laboratory in Eysines, Southwestern France, July 22, 2016. The leech, Hirudo medicinalis, is an invertebrate 3 cm long in adulthood which after being considered indispensable in the 19th century to cure many affections such as osteoarthritis, phlebitis, tension, then fell in desuetude while it harboured qualities that made it indispensable today in plastic surgery. Picture taken July 22, 2016. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
TELEVISION-TCA/NBC
RTSKXWB
August 03, 2016
Terry Dubrow (L) and Paul Nassif attend a panel for the television series "Botched by Nature" during...
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES
Dubrow and Nassif attend a panel for the television series "Botched by Nature" during the TCA NBCUniversal...
Terry Dubrow (L) and Paul Nassif attend a panel for the television series "Botched by Nature" during the TCA NBCUniversal Press Tour in Beverly Hills, California U.S., August 3, 2016. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
USA-STOCKS/
RTX22LLZ
January 15, 2016
A screen displays the Dow Jones Industrial Average after the closing bell on the floor of the New York...
New York, UNITED STATES
A screen displays the Dow Jones Industrial Average after the closing bell on the floor of the New York...
A screen displays the Dow Jones Industrial Average after the closing bell on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange January 15, 2016. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-STOCKS/
RTX21HBN
January 07, 2016
A screen displays the Dow Jones Industrial Average on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange January...
New York, UNITED STATES
A screen displays the Dow Jones Industrial Average on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange
A screen displays the Dow Jones Industrial Average on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange January 7, 2016. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CHIMP-ATTACK/
RTX21G3P
January 07, 2016
Dunia Sibomana, who was attacked two years ago by a chimpanzee in his village in the Democratic Republic...
Stony Brook, UNITED STATES
Dunia Sibomana, who was attacked two years ago by a chimpanzee in his village in the Democratic Republic...
Dunia Sibomana, who was attacked two years ago by a chimpanzee in his village in the Democratic Republic of Congo, sits with Dr. Alexander Dagum (L), the hospital's chief of plastic and reconstructive surgery who is leading the operating team, and Leon Klempner (R), a retired Stony Brook dentist and founder of the Smile Rescue Fund for Kids, at Stony Brook Children's Hospital in Stony Brook, New York January 6, 2016. Doctors at Stony Brook Children's Hospital will begin a series of extensive facial reconstructive surgeries on Sibomana on Monday. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
FACE TRANSPLANT-NEWYORK/
RTS7EP8
November 16, 2015
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez, the Helen L. Kimmel Professor of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at NYU Langone...
New York, UNITED STATES
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez holds news conference to announce successful face transplant operation at NYU...
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez, the Helen L. Kimmel Professor of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at NYU Langone Medical Center holds a news conference to announce the successful completion of the most extensive face transplant to date in the Manhattan borough of New York City, November 16, 2015. Dr. Rodriguez led the surgical team on 41-year-old Patrick Hardison, (seen on screen before the surgery) a firefighter from Senatobia, Misissippi who's face was badly burned in 2001. More than 100 doctors and support staff took part in the 26-hour operation, conducted in August 2015 at the NYU Langone Medical Center. REUTERS/Mike Segar
FACE TRANSPLANT-NEWYORK/
RTS7EOS
November 16, 2015
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez, the Helen L. Kimmel Professor of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at NYU Langone...
New York, UNITED STATES
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez poses for photographs at a news conference to announce successful face transplant...
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez, the Helen L. Kimmel Professor of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at NYU Langone Medical Center poses for photographs at a news conference to announce the successful completion of the most extensive face transplant to date in the Manhattan borough of New York City, November 16, 2015. Dr. Rodriguez led the surgical team on 41-year-old Patrick Hardison, a firefighter from Senatobia, Misissippi who's face was badly burned in 2001. More than 100 doctors and support staff took part in the 26-hour operation, conducted in August 2015 at the NYU Langone Medical Center. REUTERS/Mike Segar
FACE TRANSPLANT-NEWYORK/
RTS7EOQ
November 16, 2015
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez, the Helen L. Kimmel Professor of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at NYU Langone...
New York, UNITED STATES
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez poses for photographs at a news conference to announce successful face transplant...
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez, the Helen L. Kimmel Professor of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at NYU Langone Medical Center poses for photographs at a news conference to announce the successful completion of the most extensive face transplant to date in the Manhattan borough of New York City, November 16, 2015. Dr. Rodriguez led the surgical team on 41-year-old Patrick Hardison, a firefighter from Senatobia, Misissippi who's face was badly burned in 2001. More than 100 doctors and support staff took part in the 26-hour operation, conducted in August 2015 at the NYU Langone Medical Center. REUTERS/Mike Segar
FACE TRANSPLANT-NEWYORK/
RTS7EOO
November 16, 2015
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez, the Helen L. Kimmel Professor of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at NYU Langone...
New York, UNITED STATES
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez holds news conference to announce successful face transplant operation at NYU...
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez, the Helen L. Kimmel Professor of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at NYU Langone Medical Center holds a news conference to announce the successful completion of the most extensive face transplant to date in the Manhattan borough of New York City, November 16, 2015. Dr. Rodriguez led the surgical team on 41-year-old Patrick Hardison, a firefighter from Senatobia, Misissippi who's face was badly burned in 2001. More than 100 doctors and support staff took part in the 26-hour operation, conducted in August 2015 at the NYU Langone Medical Center. REUTERS/Mike Segar
FACE TRANSPLANT-NEWYORK/
RTS7EON
November 16, 2015
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez, the Helen L. Kimmel Professor of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at NYU Langone...
New York, UNITED STATES
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez holds news conference to announce successful face transplant operation at NYU...
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez, the Helen L. Kimmel Professor of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at NYU Langone Medical Center holds a news conference to announce the successful completion of the most extensive face transplant to date in the Manhattan borough of New York City, November 16, 2015. Dr. Rodriguez led the surgical team on 41-year-old Patrick Hardison, (seen on screen) a firefighter from Senatobia, Misissippi who's face was badly burned in 2001. More than 100 doctors and support staff took part in the 26-hour operation, conducted in August 2015 at the NYU Langone Medical Center. REUTERS/Mike Segar
FACE TRANSPLANT-NEWYORK/
RTS7EOK
November 16, 2015
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez, the Helen L. Kimmel Professor of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at NYU Langone...
New York, UNITED STATES
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez holds news conference to announce successful face transplant operation at NYU...
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez, the Helen L. Kimmel Professor of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at NYU Langone Medical Center holds a news conference to announce the successful completion of the most extensive face transplant to date in the Manhattan borough of New York City, November 16, 2015. Dr. Rodriguez led the surgical team on 41-year-old Patrick Hardison, (seen on screen before and after transplant) a firefighter from Senatobia, Misissippi who's face was badly burned in 2001. More than 100 doctors and support staff took part in the 26-hour operation, conducted in August 2015 at the NYU Langone Medical Center. REUTERS/Mike Segar
FACE TRANSPLANT-NEWYORK/
RTS7ENU
November 16, 2015
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez, the Helen L. Kimmel Professor of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at NYU Langone...
New York, UNITED STATES
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez holds news conference to announce successful face transplant operation at NYU...
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez, the Helen L. Kimmel Professor of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at NYU Langone Medical Center holds a news conference to announce the successful completion of the most extensive face transplant to date in the Manhattan borough of New York City, November 16, 2015. Dr. Rodriguez led the surgical team on 41-year-old Patrick Hardison, a firefighter from Senatobia, Misissippi who's face was badly burned in 2001. More than 100 doctors and support staff took part in the 26-hour operation, conducted in August 2015 at the NYU Langone Medical Center. Image projected on screen shows Hardison, from left to right, before the accident, after the accident, and after the transplant. REUTERS/Mike Segar
FACE TRANSPLANT-NEWYORK/
RTS7EN4
November 16, 2015
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez, the Helen L. Kimmel Professor of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at NYU Langone...
New York, UNITED STATES
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez holds news conference to announce successful face transplant operation at NYU...
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez, the Helen L. Kimmel Professor of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at NYU Langone Medical Center holds a news conference to announce the successful completion of the most extensive face transplant to date in the Manhattan borough of New York City, November 16, 2015. Dr. Rodriguez led the surgical team on 41-year-old Patrick Hardison, a firefighter from Senatobia, Misissippi who's face was badly burned in 2001. More than 100 doctors and support staff took part in the 26-hour operation, conducted in August 2015 at the NYU Langone Medical Center. REUTERS/Mike Segar TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
SOUTHKOREA-FITNESS/
RTS5VJW
October 23, 2015
You Ri-seul (in white), 29, takes part in a crossfit class at a gym in Seoul, September 11, 2015. Looks...
Seoul, South Korea
You Ri-seul, 29, takes part in a crossfit class at a gym in Seoul,
You Ri-seul (in white), 29, takes part in a crossfit class at a gym in Seoul, September 11, 2015. Looks no longer centre only on the face in beauty-obsessed South Korea, where more women are hitting the gym to improve muscle tone and physical health. As the ideal of beauty evolves in a country that is a trendsetter in cosmetics and the pursuit of plastic surgery, women's fitness has become a growth business, say purveyors of health products, from diet supplements to dumb-bells."Women used to starve in order to lose weight. Now they exercise," said celebrity trainer Ray Yang, who leads a workout session during the Body Show, a weekly television event targeted at women that is now in its second season. Picture taken on September 11, 2015. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
SOUTHKOREA-FITNESS/
RTS5VJT
October 23, 2015
Kim Jin-ah, 31, takes part in a crossfit class at a gym in Seoul, September 11, 2015. Looks no longer...
Seoul, South Korea
Kim Jin-ah, 31, takes part in a crossfit class at a gym in Seoul
Kim Jin-ah, 31, takes part in a crossfit class at a gym in Seoul, September 11, 2015. Looks no longer centre only on the face in beauty-obsessed South Korea, where more women are hitting the gym to improve muscle tone and physical health. As the ideal of beauty evolves in a country that is a trendsetter in cosmetics and the pursuit of plastic surgery, women's fitness has become a growth business, say purveyors of health products, from diet supplements to dumb-bells."Women used to starve in order to lose weight. Now they exercise," said celebrity trainer Ray Yang, who leads a workout session during the Body Show, a weekly television event targeted at women that is now in its second season. Picture taken on September 11, 2015. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
SOUTHKOREA-FITNESS/
RTS5VJS
October 23, 2015
You Ri-seul (L), 29, and Kim Jin-ah (C), 31, take part in a crossfit class at a gym in Seoul, September...
Seoul, South Korea
You Ri-seul, 29, and Kim Jin-ah, 31, take part in a crossfit class at a gym in Seoul
You Ri-seul (L), 29, and Kim Jin-ah (C), 31, take part in a crossfit class at a gym in Seoul, September 11, 2015. Looks no longer centre only on the face in beauty-obsessed South Korea, where more women are hitting the gym to improve muscle tone and physical health. As the ideal of beauty evolves in a country that is a trendsetter in cosmetics and the pursuit of plastic surgery, women's fitness has become a growth business, say purveyors of health products, from diet supplements to dumb-bells."Women used to starve in order to lose weight. Now they exercise," said celebrity trainer Ray Yang, who leads a workout session during the Body Show, a weekly television event targeted at women that is now in its second season. Picture taken on September 11, 2015. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
SOUTHKOREA-FITNESS/
RTS5VJR
October 23, 2015
Kim Jin-ah (top), 31, exercises during a crossfit class at a gym in Seoul, September 11, 2015. Looks...
Seoul, South Korea
Kim Jin-ah, 31, exercises during a crossfit class at a gym in Seoul
Kim Jin-ah (top), 31, exercises during a crossfit class at a gym in Seoul, September 11, 2015. Looks no longer centre only on the face in beauty-obsessed South Korea, where more women are hitting the gym to improve muscle tone and physical health. As the ideal of beauty evolves in a country that is a trendsetter in cosmetics and the pursuit of plastic surgery, women's fitness has become a growth business, say purveyors of health products, from diet supplements to dumb-bells."Women used to starve in order to lose weight. Now they exercise," said celebrity trainer Ray Yang, who leads a workout session during the Body Show, a weekly television event targeted at women that is now in its second season. Picture taken on September 11, 2015. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
SOUTHKOREA-FITNESS/
RTS5VJP
October 23, 2015
Participants gather before the start of a workout session during TV program "The Body Show" at a gym...
Seoul, South Korea
Participants gather before the start of a workout session during TV program "The Body Show" at a gym...
Participants gather before the start of a workout session during TV program "The Body Show" at a gym in Seoul, September 19, 2015. Looks no longer centre only on the face in beauty-obsessed South Korea, where more women are hitting the gym to improve muscle tone and physical health. As the ideal of beauty evolves in a country that is a trendsetter in cosmetics and the pursuit of plastic surgery, women's fitness has become a growth business, say purveyors of health products, from diet supplements to dumb-bells."Women used to starve in order to lose weight. Now they exercise," said celebrity trainer Ray Yang, who leads a workout session during the Body Show, a weekly television event targeted at women that is now in its second season. Picture taken on September 19, 2015. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
SOUTHKOREA-FITNESS/
RTS5VJM
October 23, 2015
Kim Jin-ah, 31, rests as she takes part in a crossfit class at a gym in Seoul, September 11, 2015. Looks...
Seoul, South Korea
Kim Jin-ah, 31, rests as she takes part in a crossfit class at a gym in Seoul
Kim Jin-ah, 31, rests as she takes part in a crossfit class at a gym in Seoul, September 11, 2015. Looks no longer centre only on the face in beauty-obsessed South Korea, where more women are hitting the gym to improve muscle tone and physical health. As the ideal of beauty evolves in a country that is a trendsetter in cosmetics and the pursuit of plastic surgery, women's fitness has become a growth business, say purveyors of health products, from diet supplements to dumb-bells."Women used to starve in order to lose weight. Now they exercise," said celebrity trainer Ray Yang, who leads a workout session during the Body Show, a weekly television event targeted at women that is now in its second season. Picture taken on September 11, 2015. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
SOUTHKOREA-FITNESS/
RTS5VJL
October 23, 2015
Kim Jin-ah, 31, rests as she takes part in a crossfit class at a gym in Seoul, September 11, 2015. Looks...
Seoul, South Korea
Kim Jin-ah, 31, rests as she takes part in a crossfit class at a gym in Seoul
Kim Jin-ah, 31, rests as she takes part in a crossfit class at a gym in Seoul, September 11, 2015. Looks no longer centre only on the face in beauty-obsessed South Korea, where more women are hitting the gym to improve muscle tone and physical health. As the ideal of beauty evolves in a country that is a trendsetter in cosmetics and the pursuit of plastic surgery, women's fitness has become a growth business, say purveyors of health products, from diet supplements to dumb-bells."Women used to starve in order to lose weight. Now they exercise," said celebrity trainer Ray Yang, who leads a workout session during the Body Show, a weekly television event targeted at women that is now in its second season. Picture taken on September 11, 2015. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
SOUTHKOREA-FITNESS/
RTS5VJK
October 23, 2015
A participant is interviewed before the start of a workout session during TV program "The Body Show"...
Seoul, South Korea
A participant is interviewed before the start of a workout session during TV program "The Body Show"...
A participant is interviewed before the start of a workout session during TV program "The Body Show" at a gym in Seoul, September 19, 2015. Looks no longer centre only on the face in beauty-obsessed South Korea, where more women are hitting the gym to improve muscle tone and physical health. As the ideal of beauty evolves in a country that is a trendsetter in cosmetics and the pursuit of plastic surgery, women's fitness has become a growth business, say purveyors of health products, from diet supplements to dumb-bells."Women used to starve in order to lose weight. Now they exercise," said celebrity trainer Ray Yang, who leads a workout session during the Body Show, a weekly television event targeted at women that is now in its second season. Picture taken on September 19, 2015. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
SOUTHKOREA-FITNESS/
RTS5VJH
October 23, 2015
Participants arrive to take part in TV program "The Body Show" at a gym as a baby in a stroller looks...
Seoul, South Korea
Participants arrive to take part in TV program "The Body Show" at a gym as a baby in a stroller looks...
Participants arrive to take part in TV program "The Body Show" at a gym as a baby in a stroller looks on in Seoul, September 19, 2015. Looks no longer centre only on the face in beauty-obsessed South Korea, where more women are hitting the gym to improve muscle tone and physical health. As the ideal of beauty evolves in a country that is a trendsetter in cosmetics and the pursuit of plastic surgery, women's fitness has become a growth business, say purveyors of health products, from diet supplements to dumb-bells."Women used to starve in order to lose weight. Now they exercise," said celebrity trainer Ray Yang, who leads a workout session during the Body Show, a weekly television event targeted at women that is now in its second season. Picture taken on September 19, 2015. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
SOUTHKOREA-FITNESS/
RTS5VJB
October 23, 2015
Ray Yang, a celebrity trainer, takes a selfie before the start of a workout session during TV program...
Seoul, South Korea
Ray Yang, a celebrity trainer, takes a selfie before the start of a workout session during TV program...
Ray Yang, a celebrity trainer, takes a selfie before the start of a workout session during TV program "The Body Show" at a gym in Seoul, September 19, 2015. Looks no longer centre only on the face in beauty-obsessed South Korea, where more women are hitting the gym to improve muscle tone and physical health. As the ideal of beauty evolves in a country that is a trendsetter in cosmetics and the pursuit of plastic surgery, women's fitness has become a growth business, say purveyors of health products, from diet supplements to dumb-bells."Women used to starve in order to lose weight. Now they exercise," said celebrity trainer Ray Yang, who leads a workout session during the Body Show, a weekly television event targeted at women that is now in its second season. Picture taken on September 19, 2015. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
SOUTHKOREA-FITNESS/
RTS5VJA
October 23, 2015
Ray Yang (bottom), a celebrity trainer, leads participants taking part in a workout session during TV...
Seoul, South Korea
Ray Yang, a celebrity trainer, leads participants taking part in a workout session during TV program...
Ray Yang (bottom), a celebrity trainer, leads participants taking part in a workout session during TV program "The Body Show" at a gym in Seoul, September 19, 2015. Looks no longer centre only on the face in beauty-obsessed South Korea, where more women are hitting the gym to improve muscle tone and physical health. As the ideal of beauty evolves in a country that is a trendsetter in cosmetics and the pursuit of plastic surgery, women's fitness has become a growth business, say purveyors of health products, from diet supplements to dumb-bells."Women used to starve in order to lose weight. Now they exercise," said celebrity trainer Ray Yang, who leads a workout session during the Body Show, a weekly television event targeted at women that is now in its second season. Picture taken on September 19, 2015. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
SOUTHKOREA-FITNESS/
RTS5VJ9
October 23, 2015
Ray Yang (C), a celebrity trainer, leads participants who take part in a workout session during TV program...
Seoul, South Korea
Ray Yang, a celebrity trainer, leads participants who take part in a workout session during TV program...
Ray Yang (C), a celebrity trainer, leads participants who take part in a workout session during TV program "The Body Show" at a gym in Seoul, September 19, 2015. Looks no longer centre only on the face in beauty-obsessed South Korea, where more women are hitting the gym to improve muscle tone and physical health. As the ideal of beauty evolves in a country that is a trendsetter in cosmetics and the pursuit of plastic surgery, women's fitness has become a growth business, say purveyors of health products, from diet supplements to dumb-bells."Women used to starve in order to lose weight. Now they exercise," said celebrity trainer Ray Yang, who leads a workout session during the Body Show, a weekly television event targeted at women that is now in its second season. Picture taken on September 19, 2015. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
SOUTHKOREA-FITNESS/
RTS5VJ8
October 23, 2015
Ray Yang (R), a celebrity trainer, arrives during TV program "The Body Show" at a gym in Seoul, September...
Seoul, South Korea
Ray Yang, a celebrity trainer, arrives during TV program "The Body Show" at a gym in Seoul,
Ray Yang (R), a celebrity trainer, arrives during TV program "The Body Show" at a gym in Seoul, September 19, 2015. Looks no longer centre only on the face in beauty-obsessed South Korea, where more women are hitting the gym to improve muscle tone and physical health. As the ideal of beauty evolves in a country that is a trendsetter in cosmetics and the pursuit of plastic surgery, women's fitness has become a growth business, say purveyors of health products, from diet supplements to dumb-bells."Women used to starve in order to lose weight. Now they exercise," said celebrity trainer Ray Yang, who leads a workout session during the Body Show, a weekly television event targeted at women that is now in its second season. Picture taken on September 19, 2015. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
AFGHANISTAN-HEALTH/
RTX1RDOV
September 06, 2015
Plastic surgeon Abdul Ghafar Ghayur (L) speaks to a patient at Aria City Hospital in Kabul, Afghanistan...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Plastic surgeon Abdul Ghafar Ghayur speaks to a patient at Aria City Hospital in Kabul, Afghanistan
Plastic surgeon Abdul Ghafar Ghayur (L) speaks to a patient at Aria City Hospital in Kabul, Afghanistan August 6, 2015. Ghayur is practising his own brand of welfare in Afghanistan, where access to healthcare is limited and many cannot afford private treatment. The money he makes from the hundreds of nose jobs and Botox injections he performs on wealthy Afghans allows him to perform life-changing surgery on low-income patients at a discount or sometimes for free. Ghayur's practice in the capital Kabul offers a microcosm of Afghan medicine, where doctors, driven by a sense of civic duty, try to fill huge gaps in a public health system devastated by decades of war. Picture taken August 6, 2015. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
AFGHANISTAN-HEALTH/
RTX1RDOT
September 06, 2015
Plastic surgeon Abdul Ghafar Ghayur performs surgery on a patient at Aria City Hospital, in Kabul, Afghanistan...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Plastic surgeon Abdul Ghafar Ghayur performs surgery on a patient at Aria City Hospital, in Kabul, Afghanistan...
Plastic surgeon Abdul Ghafar Ghayur performs surgery on a patient at Aria City Hospital, in Kabul, Afghanistan August 6, 2015. Ghayur is practising his own brand of welfare in Afghanistan, where access to healthcare is limited and many cannot afford private treatment. The money he makes from the hundreds of nose jobs and Botox injections he performs on wealthy Afghans allows him to perform life-changing surgery on low-income patients at a discount or sometimes for free. Ghayur's practice in the capital Kabul offers a microcosm of Afghan medicine, where doctors, driven by a sense of civic duty, try to fill huge gaps in a public health system devastated by decades of war. Picture taken August 6, 2015. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
AFGHANISTAN-HEALTH/
RTX1RDOR
September 06, 2015
A plastic surgeon under the supervision of Afghan plastic surgeon Abdul Ghafar Ghayur, (unseen) removes...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Plastic surgeon under the supervision of Afghan plastic surgeon Ghayur, removes facial hair from a patient's...
A plastic surgeon under the supervision of Afghan plastic surgeon Abdul Ghafar Ghayur, (unseen) removes facial hair from a patient's face at Aria City Hospital, in Kabul, Afghanistan August 6, 2015. Ghayur is practising his own brand of welfare in Afghanistan, where access to healthcare is limited and many cannot afford private treatment. The money he makes from the hundreds of nose jobs and Botox injections he performs on wealthy Afghans allows him to perform life-changing surgery on low-income patients at a discount or sometimes for free. Ghayur's practice in the capital Kabul offers a microcosm of Afghan medicine, where doctors, driven by a sense of civic duty, try to fill huge gaps in a public health system devastated by decades of war. Picture taken August 6, 2015. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
AFGHANISTAN-HEALTH/
RTX1RDOP
September 06, 2015
Plastic surgeon Abdul Ghafar Ghayur (C) speaks to a nurse after an operation at Aria City Hospital, in...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Plastic surgeon Abdul Ghafar Ghayur speaks to a nurse after an operation at Aria City Hospital, in Kabul,...
Plastic surgeon Abdul Ghafar Ghayur (C) speaks to a nurse after an operation at Aria City Hospital, in Kabul, Afghanistan August 6, 2015. Ghayur is practising his own brand of welfare in Afghanistan, where access to healthcare is limited and many cannot afford private treatment. The money he makes from the hundreds of nose jobs and Botox injections he performs on wealthy Afghans allows him to perform life-changing surgery on low-income patients at a discount or sometimes for free. Ghayur's practice in the capital Kabul offers a microcosm of Afghan medicine, where doctors, driven by a sense of civic duty, try to fill huge gaps in a public health system devastated by decades of war. Picture taken August 6, 2015. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-FED/YELLEN
RTX1MRVZ
August 02, 2015
Plastic surgeon Michael Kulick poses for a portrait at his practice in San Francisco, California July...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Plastic surgeon Michael Kulick poses for a portrait at his practice in San Francisco, California
Plastic surgeon Michael Kulick poses for a portrait at his practice in San Francisco, California July 31, 2015. Kulick now spends about 16 hours a week doing tummy tucks and other surgical procedures, double what he did in 2008. Janet Yellen made her reputation as an early spotter of the looming slump seven years ago when she highlighted some unorthodox indicators of decline in consumer spending: tummy tucks, gourmet dining and country club memberships. Now she is Federal Reserve Chair, Yellen will find a much brighter picture from her novel monitoring system as she and the Fed board mull the first U.S. interest rate hike for nine years, which could come as early as September. Picture taken July 31. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith
USA-FED/YELLEN
RTX1MRVY
August 02, 2015
Plastic surgeon Michael Kulick poses for a portrait at his practice in San Francisco, California July...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Plastic surgeon Michael Kulick poses for a portrait at his practice in San Francisco, California
Plastic surgeon Michael Kulick poses for a portrait at his practice in San Francisco, California July 31, 2015. Kulick now spends about 16 hours a week doing tummy tucks and other surgical procedures, double what he did in 2008. Janet Yellen made her reputation as an early spotter of the looming slump seven years ago when she highlighted some unorthodox indicators of decline in consumer spending: tummy tucks, gourmet dining and country club memberships. Now she is Federal Reserve Chair, Yellen will find a much brighter picture from her novel monitoring system as she and the Fed board mull the first U.S. interest rate hike for nine years, which could come as early as September. Picture taken July 31. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith
USA-FED/YELLEN
RTX1MRVX
August 02, 2015
Plastic surgeon Michael Kulick looks into the mirror as he poses for a portrait at his practice in San...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Plastic surgeon Michael Kulick looks into the mirror as he poses for a portrait at his practice in San...
Plastic surgeon Michael Kulick looks into the mirror as he poses for a portrait at his practice in San Francisco, California July 31, 2015. Kulick now spends about 16 hours a week doing tummy tucks and other surgical procedures, double what he did in 2008. Janet Yellen made her reputation as an early spotter of the looming slump seven years ago when she highlighted some unorthodox indicators of decline in consumer spending: tummy tucks, gourmet dining and country club memberships. Now she is Federal Reserve Chair, Yellen will find a much brighter picture from her novel monitoring system as she and the Fed board mull the first U.S. interest rate hike for nine years, which could come as early as September. Picture taken July 31. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith
USA-FED/YELLEN
RTX1MRVV
August 02, 2015
Plastic surgeon Michael Kulick looks into the mirror as he poses for a portrait at his practice in San...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Plastic surgeon Michael Kulick looks into the mirror as he poses for a portrait at his practice in San...
Plastic surgeon Michael Kulick looks into the mirror as he poses for a portrait at his practice in San Francisco, California July 31, 2015. Kulick now spends about 16 hours a week doing tummy tucks and other surgical procedures, double what he did in 2008. Janet Yellen made her reputation as an early spotter of the looming slump seven years ago when she highlighted some unorthodox indicators of decline in consumer spending: tummy tucks, gourmet dining and country club memberships. Now she is Federal Reserve Chair, Yellen will find a much brighter picture from her novel monitoring system as she and the Fed board mull the first U.S. interest rate hike for nine years, which could come as early as September. Picture taken July 31. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith
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