Bad Celebrity Breast Implants: Did Imogen Thomas Have Toxic PIP Implant?

Bad Celebrity Breast Implants: Did Imogen Thomas Have Toxic PIP Implant? Should you have a breast implant? In the end, you will make that decision. But it’s best if you read this article about Imogen Thomas, ‘toxic’ PIP implants and what you can learn from this.

Welsh beauty queen, glamour model and TV personality Imogen Thomas, who rose to fame after winning the 2003 Miss Wales title and lasting three months on the seventh series of Big Brother is also famous for one other thing: her big and beautiful breasts.

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Abs Exercise Workout Triggers Orgasm in Women

Exercise triggers orgasm, women admit in new study. Ladies, do you find it hard to get out of bed to hit the gym or pavement? If so, here’s the motivation you’ve been looking for. A new study suggests that up to 15 percent of women have orgasms when they exercise.

“It sounds like a pornographic fitness flick: women, sweaty from physical exertion, climaxing at the gym,” quips TIME Magazine. But researchers at Indiana University have confirmed through a study that women can have orgasms while they exercise.

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Lung Cancer Still Rising in British Women

Women now pay the price for smoking in the Mad Men era as number of lung cancer cases rises, a United Kingdom charity says.

“You’ve come a long way, baby.” That’s the slogan cigarette maker Altria Group, formerly Phillip Morris Companies, used to sell its Virginia Slims when it first introduced the brand in 1968. Some media watch groups interviewed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention decades later blame this campaign for the rapid increase in smoking among teenage girls in that era.

A report by the United States Surgeon General — famous for being the first in the U.S. to say bravely, in 1964, that smoking caused cancer — interpreted this marketing slogan, as well as later ones, as an attempt to lure women into taking up smoking by linking it “to women’s freedom, emancipation, and empowerment.”

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