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On Thursday, Kim Kardashian spoke out on her blog about her recent criticism in the media.

Kim was recently featured in Complex Magazine. The magazine posted an un-Photoshopped photo from the photo shoot on their website, but quickly replaced the image with an edited photo. 

On the aspiring  star’s blog she commented about her thoughts on Complex‘s actions.

“So what: I have a little cellulite. What curvy girl doesn’t!? How many people do you think are photoshopped? It happens all the time! I’m proud of my body and my curves and this picture coming out is probably helpful for everyone to see that just because I am on the cover of a magazine doesn’t mean I’m perfect.”

Still, on her blog Kim admitted that the situation motivatesher “better shape and tone up! Hard work pays off!”

If I may interject: I was kinda proud.


Kardashian's images from Complex Magazine, Courtesy of her personal blog

Kardashian's images from Complex Magazine, Courtesy of her personal blog

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Glamour Magazine is celebtrating it’s 70th anniversary.  As a gift to the magazine and readers, it’s latest issue will portray current stars remaking photos of icons of the past of present. The photos, along with being historic, are beautiful! This issue is a must-buy!

Alicia Keys as Michelle Obama

Alicia Keys as Michelle Obama

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lindsay Lohan as Madonna

Lindsay Lohan as Madonna

Alexis Bledel as Rosie the Riveter

Alexis Bledel as Rosie the Riveter

Hayden Panettiere as Amelia Earhart

Hayden Panettiere as Amelia Earhart

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Glamour Magazine reported a new controversial breakthough in its Health & Fitness section: the invention of healthy cigarettes.

According to the famous magazine, the new product is tobacco less. The cigarette is battery-powered and releases a nicotine vapor. The product is not yet FDA approved.

In an interview with CBS, Doctor Jonathan Whiteson from the New York University’s Cardiac and Pulmonary Wellness and Rehabilitation Program said that the product could be the tool smokers need to kick their habit. However, he did admit that there is a potential con.

“My biggest concern is that adolescents are going to start smoking these cigarettes thinking they’re not getting any dangerous products,” Dr. Whiteson said. “But the first hit of nicotine can make you addicted, and that is so concerning. We already have more adolescents than adults smoking, and the last thing we want to do is encourage them to smoke more.”

The “healthy cigarettes” have already reached buys in small markets.

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