In this era, there are a number of people immigrating to Canada. They are immigrating for the sake of getting enormous benefits from Canada, but they also face many problems in Canada. They have job problems because of low pay rate. People face another problem regarding their health. The Canadian weather is not better because it is cold, so it has bad effects on immigrants health. There are many problems for immigrants in Canada. They have culture and language problems. They cannot speak good English. There are three main effects of immigrants social life, health, and culture. The first effect on immigration come to Canada is social life. People have problems in social life. For example, full time work does not allow immigrants to enjoy their social lives. Sometimes, they do not get time to meet their parents, and they are not able to meet their friends as well. People are in a fun exciting stage in their life, but their full time schedule for work is destroying their fun in their social life. For instance, they cannot attend any family function and parties where they can meet their social needs of their lives. Immigrants cannot attend other function like New Year functions and parties because of busy schedule. For example, if they have family function with relatives. They do not have time for attend this function. They have a busy schedule of jobs.
The second effect on immigrants to Canada is health. People get health- related problems very quickly. For example, the Canadian weather is mostly cold and climatic conditions are quite different from other countries. Moreover, people feel homesickness when they immigrant to Canada because they miss their proximate and dear ones. Therefore, people get health problems very quickly after they immigrated to Canada. The final effect on immigrants to Canada is culture and language. People feel uncomfortable when they need to explain their views with other people and in another language. For example,...
...Should People Get CosmeticSurgery?
Cosmeticsurgery has become more popular for modern people. Somepeople believe that it is a science to increase the beauty of a person. The basic aim of this surgery is to enhance the appearance of the individual that is done by altering the parts of the body. On the other hand, other people disagree with it. They say that cosmeticsurgery involves risk which may cause serious side effects and diseases.
In the recent years the technology and concept of cosmeticsurgery has changed. The conceptual changes have differed the approaches to facial aging, especially as it relates to the forehead, eyelids and lower face. Technological changes include the increasing use of lasers for facial cosmeticsurgery, and invasive techniques for face, breast and body sculpting surgery.
From 1997 to 2008 the amount of people receiving cosmeticsurgery has more than double for the most common procedures.
People want to feel confident with who they are and be able to do things they wouldn't have been able to do before.
Somepeople don't feel happy when they look into a...
...The Negative and Positive Effects of CosmeticSurgery
Are you considering cosmeticsurgery? The numbers of individuals electing these surgeries are growing rapidly each year. Much of this rapid growth is because of advances in technology that have made plastic surgery techniques both safer and more affordable, as well as cutting down on recovery time. Cosmeticsurgery improves body image and self-esteem and reconstructive surgery fixes irregularities such as hereditary disorders, birth defects, or other health issues. These surgeries are an extremely popular method to enhance self-esteem but there are risks an individual should know before having a surgical procedure. Although these surgerieshave been practiced for years, they can be harmful and many individuals may expose themselves to an expensive addiction if they are not satisfied with the original results. However, these surgeries can be beneficial by positively shaping many aspects of patient’s lives especially if no complications arise. Although most individuals are largely unaffected by the risks and eager to obtain surgery, it is important to emphasize the negative and positive effect when considering surgery.
Although all surgerieshave certain...
...PLASTIC SURGERY: a way to become beautiful or someone’s unhealthy idea?
With passing time, the urge to become beautiful is increasing in everyone’s life. Is the requirement just in our heads or is it truly needed. Does everyone have a right to be beautiful and look more attractive? Most of us would say yes. Everyone wants to be good-looking and pretty. Nowadays looks and appearances seem to be the basic requirement in every person and hold much more importance compared to a person’s abilities and inner self. This instinct is present in human beings since the start of the world. Allah the Almighty has created this universe and has described it a beautiful creation. Amongst all, He proclaims that human being has been created as the best of its creations. The proportioning of different body parts in a human body is in its ultimate shape and it therefore cannot be improved further. One wonders as to how many samples have Allah made in his factory that no one matches other perfectly. However sometimes someone feels dissatisfied with the shape or proportioning of any of its revealing parts particularly nose and due to its natural instinct to look the most beautiful wants to improve it to the best possible shape. What is Plastic surgery? It is the result of this instinct that compelled scientists and doctors to initiate work in this field and finally they devised various methods for this purpose, all...
The way a woman handles herself is important, according to most Americans. Furthermore, the way a woman looks on the outside surpasses all other qualities. Most women do not realize this, but this is the way in which they place their importance. In a world filled with superficiality, it is not astonishing to think that most women are un-satisfied with their outward appearance. Unhappiness with one’s outward appearance has lead tocosmeticsurgery being the only solution. Cosmeticsurgery has lead to more than one problem for our country and for the lives of people involved. Modifying one’s body from cosmeticsurgery is not only harmful physically; it is also highly expensive, a “quick” fix for one’s deeper rooted issues, and may become highly addictive.
The expansion on plastic surgery during World War One shined light upon different techniques and medical advances within this field. Originally, plastic surgery was only by means of reconstruction due to the horrific injuries of war. Doctors were required to facilitate soldiers back to health, and with the new advances of surgery they were able to give soldiers back their life in a new way. Facial reconstruction began as a new practice for plastic surgeons. Particularly this is because of the modern day weapons causing soldiers to...
...Should cosmeticsurgery be encouraged to the general public?
Cosmeticsurgery is defined as “any medical operation which is intended to improve a person’s appearance rather than their health” (Cambridge Dictionary, 2003, p.275). By definition, cosmeticsurgery is a common practice used to modify the physical outlook of people, especially for women. This is definitely a luxury, which is not necessary to the public. Starting from the 20th century, however, cosmeticsurgery is no longer a luxury but a necessity to the affluent. Based on a survey carried out by Lloyd and Gordon (2004), the number of people received cosmeticsurgery had increased for more than 40% between 1992 and 2002. A growth in affluence of the general public’s demand towards the surgery leads to another issue – abnormal behavior and belief of people, which can impose far-reaching side effects to the whole society. It is obvious that the prevalence of cosmeticsurgery can evoke severe social problems. The essay examines the reasons why cosmeticsurgery should not be promoted to the general public.
One major view concerning the increasing demand for cosmeticsurgery in the 20th century is the misinterpretation...
...There is various form of cosmeticsurgery that can range from minor surgery that is non- invasive treatment- which could be anything from fat injection, collagen or even Botox. Then there are major surgeries that consists of body contouring- which can be anything from liposuction, breast lifts or even breast reduction. No matter how minor or major the surgery is there can be risks or complications involved. Even though all surgery has risks, proper research of cosmeticsurgery can lower the risks and complication related to the surgery.
Society has women and men’s believing that the only way they can be happy is to have a model’s figure to look like Tyra Banks or maybe Denzel Washington. To most the easiest way to achieve this is to havecosmeticsurgery performed. The person starts saving money to have that surgery, but before a person should decide that she know longer like the way her nose looks, or she starts looking in the mirror and believe she is seeing bags under their eyes. Maybe lately they have been thinking I wish my breast was little bit bigger like Sharon, the younger girl next door. Do the research related to cosmeticsurgery. There are many misconceptions about cosmetic...
...twin, so I could know what I'd look like without plastic surgery” a quote by Joan Rivers taken from allgreatquotes.com (2008). Today’s society puts so much emphasis on what the media considers beauty that even Hollywood stars are unfortunately going to extremes to keep their appearances to what is considered beautiful. Even though forms of cosmeticsurgery are medically necessary such as reconstructive surgery, cosmeticsurgery has become a large issue in today’s society because some believe it is a solution to larger issues. In this essay I am going to tell how the progression of cosmeticsurgery has impacted society; from the first impact to current impacts, I am going to tell how cosmeticsurgery has changed the world.
From the Greek word plastikos, meaning to give shape, the term “plastic surgery” in fact, is an ancient specialty – with proof of procedures being performed by the Egyptians as far back as 3,000 years ago. In 1827, Dr. John Peter Mettauer, the U.S.'s first plastic surgeon, performed the first cleft palate operation using equipment and instruments designed by him. Dr. Mettauer’s knowledge and skills of anatomy paved the way for many modern procedures used today.
Plastic surgery can be divided into two main...
CosmeticSurgery on Teenagers
Shirrena E. Perkins
February 28, 2010
Table of Contents
• Body and Mind Still Developing During Teenage Years
• Is It All Right To Seek Surgery With Unrealistic Expectations
• Legal or Illegal
A desire among teenagers to undergocosmeticsurgery has been on a rapid rise. This can mostly be contributed to these new reality television shows that now air on a weekly basis that they have become addicted to watching. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) (2010) stated, “More than 219,000 cosmetic procedures were performed on people 13-19 in 2008.” Although some believe administering cosmeticsurgery on teenagers is all right, teenagers are too young and not mature enough to foresee the consequences of their actions. Somereasons teenagers seek cosmeticsurgery are to find one’s own identity, a beauty enhancement or peer acceptance, the desire or need to fit in. All these reasons along with many others are not good reasons why a teenager should undergo cosmeticsurgery. Growing up from childhood to...