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The rise of plastic positivity

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The rise of plastic positivity

There is a danger of becoming too obsessed with trying to achieve perfect looks.

There is a danger of becoming too obsessed with trying to achieve perfect looks.

Photo: Alice Stapleton

There is a danger of becoming too obsessed with trying to achieve perfect looks.

Photo: Alice Stapleton

Photo: Alice Stapleton

There is a danger of becoming too obsessed with trying to achieve perfect looks.

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Australians spend more than $1 billion on cosmetic treatments every year…and that figure is rising.

However, young women turning to these treatments to enhance their appearance are unknowingly putting themselves at physical and psychological risk.

Alice Stapleton reports.

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University of Canberra, Canberra, ACT

University of Canberra offers a three-year degree in journalism and a separate major in sports journalism. Stories from UC appear first on www.nowuc.com.au

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