A 63-page report from the Food and Drug Administration entitled, "FDA Update on the Safety of Silicone Gel-Filled Breast Implants," has concluded that silicone implants, removed from the market in 1992 amid leakage concerns, are relatively safe. However, one out of five patients will have to have them removed within ten years due to complications associated with "rupture, wrinkling, asymmetry, scarring, pain, and infection." The study also notes a "very small" increased risk of lymphoma. Sexy!
What does one do with bubbies? Does one shake them and quake them and hopefully not break them? Or do they just dangle and bulge, like boats or balloons? We sought to find the answers to these questions last night.
Let's keep it real: No one is ever over high school. Even if you had friends and seemed cool, you were secretly miserable and insecure. (Projecting!) Cheerleaders at my high school didn't actually care enough about me to be mean, but still, what bitches. Anyway, the captain of the West Boca High varsity cheerleader squad died of complications from breast implants on Saturday. There's so much about this story to hate on, but still, dying at 18. That's just terrible. [Palm Beach Post]