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Celebrities experienced plastic surgery?



People always strive to be physically beautiful. Thus, many stars have become their idols not only for their talent but also beauty. Some stars may be more attractive than the normal person. Many people worship stars and thinks they are perfect. However, some celebrities beauty is not natural but artificial from plastic surgery. Celebrity cosmetic surgery is huge in Hollywood. Some come out of the plastic surgery closet and admit that they have had just a tiny bit of work done. However, sometimes people have to make a guess whether Hollywoods most well-known faces including Nicole Kidman, Janet Jackson, Halle Berry, and Jennifer Aniston have undergone cosmetic surgery or not. Dr Jennifer Levine, working in New York City, gives her professional opinion on the possibility of celebrities facial changes by cosmetic surgery.

Jessica Simpson who has achieved seven Billboard Top 40 hits and has three gold and two multi-platinum RIAA-certified albums is believed to have had Botox. In the photo, she has artificial and asymmetric winging of her eyebrows.

Jessica Simpson is Operation Smiles International Youth Ambassador

Jessica Simpson is Operation Smiles International Youth Ambassador

Janet Jackson, an American recording artist and actress, revealed her once again rock hard abs to the skeptical public. According to Dr. Levine, this artist has an extensive training.

Janet Jackson

Janet Jackson

Nicole Kidman, American-born Australian actress, fashion model, and singer, has come a long way from the frizzy-haired girl.

Nicole Kidman

Nicole Kidman

Gisele Bundchen, who is the highest-paid model in addition to the sixteenth richest woman the showbiz world, with an estimated $150 million fortune, may have slight narrowing and contouring of her nasal tip to give it some sculpting.

This Brazilian model and occasional film actress acts as a goodwill ambassador for the United Nations Environment Programme.

This Brazilian model and occasional film actress acts as a goodwill ambassador for the United Nations Environment Programme.

Paris Hilton is said to have enhanced her natural beauty. She has narrowing and shortening of her nasal tip.

She denied proclaiming herself as the

She denied proclaiming herself as the "iconic blonde of the decade" like Princess of Wales, Marilyn Monroe, or Wales.

Angelina Jolie was blessed by Mother Nature. She appears to have naturally full lips.

Angelina Jolie has received two Screen Actors Guild Awards, an Academy Award, and three Golden Globe Awards.

Angelina Jolie has received two Screen Actors Guild Awards, an Academy Award, and three Golden Globe Awards.

Halle Berry, an American actress, former fashion model and beauty queen, may have surgical enhancement to her nose. Some changes are aesthetic.



Halle Berry has served many years as the face of Versace and Revlon.

Jennifer Aniston who gained worldwide recognition in the 1990s for portraying the role of Rachel Green in the sitcom Friends may have breast implants.

Jennifer Aniston may also have revision rhinoplasty.

Jennifer Aniston may also have revision rhinoplasty.

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The Best Strapless Bras for C, D, or DD Cup Large Breasts



For well-endowed women, bra shopping can be a real challenge, especially when it comes to strapless ones. Whether you are dressing for a special evening out or a regular day at work, the last thing you want is to feel uncomfortable, unsupported, orworst of allpetrified that one of the girls is going to pop out. Often, women with large breasts, whether petite or plus size, believe there is no suitable strapless bra for their size. Yet they are essential part of any womans wardrobe, and definitely allows the most versatile wear.

Luckily, there are some truly amazing options out there, many designed to fit best with cup sizes C, D, DD, and up. Youll be impressed at the comfort and support they offer, even for large busts. Ive compiled a short list of the very best; hopefully theres one here for you.

I should note here that each of these below options are convertible, meaning that it comes with straps which you can attach if you desire. This allows you to wear it in different ways.

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Autism Behaviors May Differ in Boys and Girls

Study also found gender differences in brains of children with the disorder



WebMD News from HealthDay

By Tara Haelle

HealthDay Reporter

FRIDAY, Sept. 4, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- The repetitive and restrictive behaviors common in autism aren't seen as often in girls as they are in boys with the disorder, a new study says.

Researchers also found that there were differences in certain parts of the brain between girls and boys who exhibit these behaviors.

"Our findings suggest a potential factor that may contribute to the relatively low proportion of females with autism," said the study's lead author Kaustubh Supekar, a postdoctoral researcher at the Stanford University School of Medicine in California.

Supekar said repetitive and restrictive behaviors are one of the most noticeable characteristics in those with autism, and they are often the red flag that leads the child to be evaluated for the disorder. Examples include repetitive motions, a single-minded focus on a particular area of interest and strict adherence to routines.

"Our findings raise the possibility that girls with less prominent repetitive and restrictive behaviors may miss being tested for autism or get misclassified as social communication disorder," Supekar said.

"On the other hand, boys with more pronounced repetitive and restrictive behaviors may show more false positives for autism spectrum disorders, given that repetitive and restricted behaviors are not specific to children with autism and are also observed in other neurodevelopmental disorders," Supekar added.

The findings were published online Sept. 3 in the journal Molecular Autism.

The researchers conducted their study in two parts. First, they compared symptoms in 128 girls and 614 boys with autism. The children were between 7 and 13 years old, and all had a measured IQ over 70, the study authors said.

Next, the investigators looked through a publicly available database for MRI brain scan results for children with and without autism. This database also contained information on the children's symptoms.

The researchers compared the MRI findings for 25 girls with autism, 25 boys with autism, 19 girls who developed typically and 19 typically developing boys, all with the same age and IQ range.

Both investigations showed that girls with autism tended to have less severe repetitive behaviors than the boys had. Social and communication difficulties were similar between both sexes, the findings showed.

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