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The following video from Broadly explores how the impact of social media is leading some people to opt for plastic surgery. But instead of people asking to look like someone else (as one of the contributors discusses), people are showing surgeons images of themselves.

This video could be used within the Media unit as part of a discussion about the use/impact of social media (Facetune, Snapchat and so on).

This video does contain strong language and the use of medical treatments.

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