Jennifer Aniston is pretty in pink while attending a screening for her new movie Cake during the 2014 Variety Screening Series held at ArcLight Hollywood on Friday (November 21) in Hollywood. The 45-year-old actress was joined by her director Daniel Barnz while chatting about the film after the screening. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics [...]
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This week, the Cut explores women's complicated relationship to beauty standards and the effort required to meet them. I’ve been calling this “My Year of Ugly.” This is based on a few factors: major weight gain thanks to “Enjoying Life to the Fullest" (alternate title: “The Year I Became Comfortable... More »
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I just wonder if I should bring it up gently because I know it's been a point of concern for him in the past.
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This comes on the heels of news that she didn't even wear makeup for the film. I'm pretty sure the Academy is setting her Oscar aside as we speak. More » Jennifer Aniston Stopped Working Out To Gain Weight For A Movie, What An #AmericanHero is a post from Crushable - Entertainment, Hot Guys, Movies and Celebrity News.
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"You're showing a lot for three months."
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This week, the Cut explores women's complicated relationship to beauty standards and the effort required to meet them. I’d been broken up with my on-and-off boyfriend of five years for about three months when I agreed to meet him for dinner. When I got there, I texted him to say... More »
In a small study in Japan, people who stopped smoking didn't face increased death risk if they gained weight, according to research presented at the American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions 2014. "Quitters had a significantly...Show More Summary
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(Santa Barbara, California) -- The world is gaining weight and becoming less healthy, and global dietary choices are harming the environment. read more
After Twitter viciously joked about porn star Pinky’s weight gain over the weekend, Hip-Hop Wired had a chance to speak with veteran rap trio, The LOX, about the matter…Continue
In a new review of randomized controlled trials, people on the Atkins, Zone, and Weight Watchers diets all lose a similar amount of weight over the first year and gain some back later on.
A substantial number of people who take up an exercise regimen wind up heavier afterward than they were at the start, but a simple strategy may improve people’s odds of actually dropping pounds with exercise.