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July 23 2014

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No More Boob Jobs For Italian Teens, And More

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Italian teenagers who must, must, must increase their bust may find those hopes deflated if new legislation passes—the government is seeking to make breast-enlargement surgery illegal for those under 18. [The Telegraph]
Lily Allen reveals that she suffers from body dysmorphic disorder. She may not think she’s beautiful, but we sure do. [Huffington Post]
Disney’s first black princess also happens to be the first with curly hair. Let’s file both of those achievements under too little, too late. [Time]
Powdered skin, rouged lips, finely plucked arches, and finger waves galore are on display at Ellen von Unwerth’s Fräulein show, a retrospective of the artist’s best work that just opened at New York’s Staley-Wise Gallery. [T Magazine]
Remember when your doctor insisted that exercise was the panacea for period pain? Well take a deep yogic breath, because according to a group of researchers from Birmingham University, he was wrong. [BBC]
You may swear you didn’t inhale, but your curls say otherwise. More employers are relying on hair testing to determine drug use because it reveals long-term habits better than the standard urine test. [The New York Times]

 

 

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