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Study says Tinder, Snapchat users are more OK with cosmetic surgery

Rachel Kraus
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Thanks to Snapchat and Instagram "pretty" filters, it's easy to imagine what you would look like with larger eyes, a flatter nose, and fuller lips. 

A new study finds that social media might not just be distorting how we want to look in the digital realm. It could also be related to how we feel about going under the knife IRL. 

Users of certain social networks and photo editing apps were more accepting of cosmetic surgery generally, and more likely to consider getting plastic surgery themselves, according to a study from Johns Hopkins researchers published Thursday in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). Read more...

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