Every face tells a story

Plastic surgeons can read the signs of a person's age by analyzing cheek volume, skin tautness, jawlines and eyebrows. As President Barack Obama turns 50, his skin is largely free from wrinkles, but his hair is graying, says plastic surgeon Julius Few. "His face tells you one thing and his hair tells you something else," Few said.

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