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Magazines Just Saying No to Models with Eating Disorders – Will it Make a Difference?

Vogue magazine is paving the way for a new standard of beauty. Beginning with its June 2012 Vogue UK issue, the magazine will no longer feature models under age 16 or those who appear to have an eating disorder. All 19 international editions of Vogue have adopted a policy that puts health before unrealistic ideals …

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Women Might Not Feel So Bad if They Knew Magazine Models Were Digitally Enhanced

According to a recent health article, warning labels on magazine pictures stating that the models were digitally altered in some way can make a difference in how women feel about their own bodies. That the tall, rail thin portrayals of women on the magazine covers, movies and even television shows are not factual is important …

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American Medical Association Calls for Limits to Photoshopping

In the magazine industry, Photoshopping has become rampant. Images are never what they seem; women who seem too beautiful or too thin to be real probably aren’t. Because teens and children may not be able to understand the extent to which pictures have been altered, they may expect that they should be able to pull …

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