Internet entrepreneurs have brought new meaning to the phrase “house calls.”
Online companies with names such as “MDLiveCare” and “RingADoc” are diagnosing and treating common conditions such as allergies and the flu over the Internet or on the phone, forcing state regulators to revisit decade-old rules about what constitutes a doctor/patient relationship.
The idea of bleaching or lightening the most sensitive areas on the body including the anus, vagina, underarms, nipples, and male genitals has recently entered into the mainstream media and culture. The roots of this cultural and cosmetic phenomenon can be traced back to the television show “Dr. 90201” in which a plastic surgery client inquired about having this procedure performed. Since the airing of that episode, numerous articles have been written about the subject due to its monumental increase in popularity.
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