Face it -- celebrities take a lot of heat, particularly when it comes to their faces. And now it appears to be Suzanne Somers' turn.
It started with a sensational "plastic surgery run amok" story in the National Enquirer. That led to this column by Toronto Sun writer Mike Strobel who declares "my only scare during Snowmageddon/Snowbigdeal was in the supermarket checkout line" when he saw the "Three's Company" star's face on the cover of the tabloid.
Stem cell face-lifts, outside of the context of Somers, are becoming increasingly popular. This Healthy Skeptic column takes a close look at how these face-lifts are done, how much they cost and whether science backs up the claims of giving patients younger skin.