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ASPEN, CO.- On Friday, August 3, 2012, the Aspen Art Museum hosted a successful eighth annual ArtCrush summer benefit, raising $1.8 million to benefit the Museum?s educational programming and exhibitions. The ten-lot Live Auction of...

'Dr. Oz' Sex Expert Who Survived Breast Cancer Learned to Love Being Bald

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Post by Maressa BrownYou'd probably recognize sex educator and relationship therapist Laura Berman if you saw her. She's the stunning blonde who has made frequent appearances on The Dr. Oz Show. But the signature blond mane that mad...

Hypnotic breast enlargement

Humor / odd : Boing Boing

In the early 1990s, former professional wrestler and police officer Michael Stivers launched a career as a hypnotist, but with the unusual specialty of "breast enlargement hypnotism." According to his pitch, "The larger-breast style...

Baldness Drug Finasteride Linked To Male Breast Cancer Risk

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Finasteride, a medication to prevent baldness or benign prostatic hyperplasia, known by brand name Propecia and Proscar, slightly raises a man's risk of developing breast cancer, Health Canada has announced. The Canadian regulatory ...

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