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August 21 2014

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Sophia Loren Swears By Carbs, Beauties Can Be Beasts, And More…

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If you saw Sophia Loren on the red carpet last weekend, you were likely thinking, “Hot damn, she looks good.” The 75-year-old reportedly attributes her everlasting beauty to “a love of life, spaghetti, and the odd bath in virgin olive oil.” We predict a spike in Bertolli’s stock in the near future. [Celebrity Health Fitness]

Speaking of evading the physical signs of aging, Demi Moore was a red-carpet no-show on Sunday night. Apparently, even celebrities have motivation-destroying bad hair days. [Radar Online]

We’ve heard of counterfeit designer fragrances, but tainted black-market weight-loss drugs? As if we don’t have enough things to worry about. [Business Week]

Women who believe they are good-looking are more likely to respond angrily in disputes, a new study shows. But the combination of a hot temper and a sense of entitlement seems to pay off; the same women also proved better at resolving situations in their favor. [BBC]

Looks like the Tan Tax won’t be the only stumbling block for the Indoor Tanning Association come Spring. In March, the FDA’s scientific advisers will open a public hearing to explore stricter tanning-bed regulations in America, both by providing stiffer visible warnings and reclassifying them as more carcinogenic to allow for further measures. Spring-breakers may be a little more pasty this year when they take over the Caribbean. [Huff Po]

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