August 21 2014

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


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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