From Science Daily
Science Daily — Women who undergo breast enlargement often see a sizable boost in self-esteem and positive feelings about their sexuality, a University of Florida nurse researcher reports.
Although plastic surgery should not be seen as a panacea for feelings of low self-worth or sexual attractiveness, it is important for health-care practitioners to understand the psychological benefits of these procedures, says Cynthia Figueroa-Haas, a clinical assistant professor at UF's College of Nursing who conducted the study. The findings -- which revealed that for many women, going bigger is better -- appear in the current issue of Plastic Surgical Nursing.
Lookin’ good, feelin’ great. The University of Florida, which conducted the study, is on a heck of a run. They won the last college football championship, the last basketball championship and are in good position to win the next one. Good work Gators. Now they come out with scientifically conclusive evidence that most ladies are generally happier after getting new boobs. It would be bad business indeed for plastic surgeons if this were not the case. 2 Million American women (roughly 2/3% of the population) have had breast augmentations surgery and that number is getting bustier by the minute. But will it be enough to post your mug (or more) on HotEnough.org?