Week in Review: Top News and Info Picks for the Week of 7/16/12

by | July 19, 2012 @ 01:00PM

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Plastic Surgery News 

Triple-breasted Kaitlyn Leeb visits Comic Con: Kaitlyn Leeb certainly gave fans an eyeful when she appeared in the flesh at Comic Con in San Diego over the weekend. The brunette, who plays a three-breasted hooker in Len Wiseman's remake of the 1990 classic Total Recall, drew gasps as she showed off her well-endowed chest in a very revealing dress.The stunning star, who wears a prosthetic third breast in the movie, donned the appendage to promote the film. The likeness to the real deal was astounding in her barely-there outfit, consisting of a red satin floral dress with a mere strap covering her nipples and an asymmetrical hem. Read More via @DrRoyKim 

Plastic Surgery Groupon Deal Gone Wrong: Marla Schultz has been getting botox for 10 years, but after purchasing a Groupon for a treatment from a different doctor, was disappointed with the results. “I had the injection and everything looked hunkey dorey,” Schultz said. “But then I noticed that it wore off really quickly. I think it lasted maybe two and a half months.”  So what may have caused Marla’s facial freeze fail? Read More via @MiamiPlastic

Woman hits streets to beg for money... for breast implants: Dressed in a bikini, Chrissy Lance staked out an Ohio street corner to collect money with a sign that read "Not homeless. Need boobs." Read More via @DrDavisPlastic



Health News

Anne Hathaway's 500 calorie diet for Les Miserables Role: Anne Hathaway spent months toning her physique to fit in the tight leather suit she was required to wear while filming for The Dark Knight Rises. Her nutritionist, Jackie Keller, spoke to @DietsinReview about Anne’s nearly vegan diet, but was more dismissive of the starvation diet Anne followed for her Les Miserables role.  After the Batman film was wrapped, Hathaway went straight to shooting “Les Miserables.” Hathaway knew the producers would prefer her to lose more weight for this role, so she started a strict 500 calories a day diet, which consisted of hummus and radishes. Read More

Inactivity as dangerous as smoking: A new study published in the journal Lancet found that one-third of adults aren’t getting enough exercise, and that inactivity is now causing just as many deaths per year as smoking – approximately 5.3 million worldwide. It also estimated that one in 10 deaths caused by heart disease, diabetes, and breast and bowel cancer are the result of inactivity. Read More via @dietsinreview


FDA approves new diet pill: The FDA said in an announcement Monday night that Vivus Inc.'s Qsymia is approved for overweight and obese people who have at least one weight-related health problem such as high blood pressure, Type 2 diabetes or high cholesterol. "Obesity threatens the overall well being of patients and is a major public health concern," Dr. Janet Woodcock, director of the FDA's Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, said in a statement. "Qsymia, used responsibly in combination with a healthy lifestyle that includes a reduced-calorie diet and exercise, provides another treatment option for chronic weight management." Read More via @TimothyKatzen

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