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Barbara Greenberg: Are we Guilty of Starving our Teens?

3 years agoNews : Huffington Post

Yes, Americans, Israel has just followed in the footsteps of India and Italy by banning underweight models. No more being in ads or strutting the...
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News : Jonathan Turley (3 years ago)

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New Israeli law bans use of too-skinny models in ads

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