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Twiggy Slams Ultra Thin Actresses

Model Twiggy says Hollywood actresses are the true influencers of the "ultra thin" trend and not models//. According to contactmusic.com, Twiggy says thin actresses go on extreme diets to be thin and they are the ones causing eating disorders among fans. She wants to see more curvaceous actre...

Protest: AHF to Renew Call for California 'Condoms in Porn' Law at Larry Flynt's Hustler/Hollywood Store

... Monday, June 15th 9:00pm LOS ANGELES, June 12 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- After the Los Angeles Times reported that as many as 16 actors and actresses in the adult entertainment industry recently tested positive for HIV, AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) will host a press conference, protest and rally...

Growth of Plastic Surgery & Botox Grannies in UK

...ook good and are sill happy to spend money on their appearance. People are now living longer than ever before and there are so many high profile older actresses that women want the same effects at home. "Many older celebrities are also very open about their treatments that they have had done so it is only...

Hollywood's Celebrity Moms-To-Be Get Acquainted With All-Natural Beaute de Maman Product Line

... and beauty products designed exclusively for the pregnant woman by an obstetrician, has made it into the hands of such celebrity moms-to-be including actresses Penelope Ann Miller, Salli Richardson-Whitfield ( "Eureka" ), Chyler Leigh ( "Grey's Anatomy" ) and Jennifer Blanc. Brooke Mueller Sheen, wife of acto...

Breathe California of Sacramento-Emigrant Trails Fighting to Keep 'Hackademy Awards' Name in Trademark Action Brought By Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

...ude tobacco use where one might expect to see it, or even better, includes a realistic message about tobacco's disastrous effect on health. Actors and actresses in each category are also recognized because of their power as role models who young people look up to. Breathe California plans to announce its ...

Susan G. Komen for the Cure(R) Encourages Nation to 'Go Passionately Pink' by Donning Pink, Donating Funds to End Breast Cancer Forever

...the cures for breast cancer, and the remaining 25 percent will support breast cancer education, screening and treatment programs at the local level. actresses Cynthia Nixon and Gabrielle Union have recently joined Susan G. Komen for the Cure as ambassadors in the breast cancer movement. Both women will go Pa...

Breakthrough 'Acai Berry Anti-Aging Facial' Applies Benefits of Nature's Super-Food to the Skin

...g training in medical offices and spas, and personally attending to the skincare needs of Miss USA(R) contestants, as well as numerous models, actors, actresses and musical performers. Known for a clinical, results-oriented approach to skincare, Dunlap customizes each treatment to the specific needs of the cli...

Stars Don Red to Raise Awareness of Women's Heart Risk

...ant Park's tented catwalk in red, one-of-a-kind creations specifically designed by top designers for the occasion. Working the crimson catwalk were actresses Allison Janney (best known from NBC's The West Wing ) and Cheryl Hines (of HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm ), as well as British soul singer Joss Stone a...

Dentists Take Dimmer View of Patients' Smiles

...entral incisors which tend to be a little bit wider and longer than the other teeth in the front," Hewlett noted. "And yet when you look at two famous actresses -- Kirsten Dunst and Patricia Arquette -- both have a type of crookedness. The incisors are actually tilted back a little, and the canine teeth look m...

Doctors Often Fail to Spot Suicidal Patients

... actresses posing as depressed, distraught were seldom questi...raise suicide risk. U.S. researchers recruited actresses to act as patients and visit physicians while show... tape-record their conversations. A total of 18 actresses visited the doctors playing two types of patients ...
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(Date:8/21/2014)... the journal Carcinogenesis by researchers at the ... protein adenomatous polyposis coli (APC) in suppressing colorectal cancer ... U.S. , Lead author Kristi Neufeld, associate professor in ... Cancer Biology program at the KU Cancer Center, has ... understand the various activities of APC, a protein whose ...
(Date:8/21/2014)... successfully replicated one of the crucial steps in photosynthesis, ... which could manufacture hydrogen as a fuel. , "Water ... exciting prospect to use them to create hydrogen, and ... from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Translational Photosynthesis ... offers potential as a zero-carbon replacement for petroleum products, ...
(Date:8/20/2014)... 2014 George E. Fox, a John and Rebecca Moores ... (UH), was named a fellow in the International Society for ... Fox is one of four members two from the ... as fellows in 2014. Fellows are elected every three years, ... 500 members from more than 20 countries, the ISSOL includes ...
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