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Kelly Clarkson Reveals Bulimic Past

American idol winner Kelly Clarkson has revealed that she was bulimic during her high school days . ......In an interview to 'CosmoGirl!' in its August issue, the singer said that she suffered from the eating disorder after she tried to lose weight for a role in a play. ......"I thought...If I came back and I'm cuter and thinner...then I'll get the role," Us Weekly quoted Clarkson, as saying. ....

Kelly Clarksons Hits are Making Her an Insomniac

American singer Kelly Clarkson has revealed that the reason behind her battle with Insomnia is her songs. ......The former American Idol winner admitted that she is struggling with the sleep disorder, because her songs keep her awake at night. ......The 25-year-old singer said that most of her lyrics and hits strike her when she's trying to get to some sleep. ......Clarkson added that she has...

Kelly Clarksons legal Marijuana Cookie Experiment in Amsterdam!

American singer Kelly Clarkson was apparently smart enough to cash in on the Dutch laws. ...The former American Idol winner admitted that she nibbled on a marijuana cookie while touring in the Netherlands. ......"It was in Amsterdam. It is legal there, and it is not legal here. I don't ever do anything illegal here, People quoted her, as telling USA Weekend magazine. ......The 25-year-old sing...

Kelly Clarkson Fears Kissing Will Cause Her Mouth Herpes

'American idol' winner Kelly Clarkson has admitted that she fears that an innocent kiss will result in mouth herpes . ......The Grammy award winner said that she has major trust issues, and that she doesn't just make out with people for the sake of it, for it is a waste of her time and kisses. ......Clarkson added that she is also scared of ending up having 'mouth herpes'. ......"I have major...
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(Date:7/9/2014)... New findings from Fox Chase Cancer Center paint a ... subset of breast cancers that have spread to the ... Tumors that grow into the skin, regardless of size ... classified as stage III and called "locally advanced" ... of cancer, often with poor survival. Locally advanced breast ...
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(Date:7/9/2014)... in which animals can be found, concern mounts over ... increased range for a host mean new territory for ... team of UC Santa Barbara scientists, including parasitologists Ryan ... the Journal of Biogeography , Hechinger, Kuris and ... happen: Hosts may actually lose their parasites when the ...
(Date:7/9/2014)... selection for traits that are attractive to the opposite ... to mate, the tail of male peacocks being an ... Riverside have now found that sexual selection and "placentation" ... Describing the life histories of more than 150 species ... that species with placentas tend to have males that ...
(Date:7/9/2014)... crucial piece of the puzzle behind nature,s ability ... could help advance the development of artificial photosynthesis ... provided by an international collaboration of scientists led ... (Berkeley Lab) and the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory. ... Source (LCLS), the world,s most powerful x-ray laser, ...
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