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Anorexic advertising to be criminalised
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Anorexic advertising to be criminalised

French model Isabelle Caro became a poster girl for anorexia nervosa. She died in 2010 from the disease. This Italian ad campaign ran in Milan in 2007. Source: FRANCES health minister says she supports plans to criminalise the use of advertising ... Herald Sun, 2 months ago

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The Express Tribune

France Might Ban Dangerously Thin Models

In 2007, French fashion model Isabelle Caro posed for a shocking anti-anorexia campaign before succumbing to the disease. Eight years later, France is considering a bill that would bar models who are deemed too thin from runways and fashion spreads.
 Austin American Statesman2 months ago France may pass bill banning too-thin models  The Express Tribune2 months ago France bans super-skinny models in anorexia clampdown  China Economic Net1 month ago France puts the smackdown on anorexia, bans ultra-skinny models  Digital Journal1 month ago

May 2015 Certified Public Accountant Licensure Examination

Roll of Successful Examinees in the Held on MAY 10, 2015 & FF. DAYS Page: 2 of 44 Released on MAY 21, 2015 Seq. No. N a m e 1 ABADILLA, SIGRID FAYE DE LOS ANGELES 2 ABALOS, JAYROSE EVE AREVALO 3 ABANGAN, SHAIRA CRISTY FELICES 4 ABANGGAN, ...
 Philippine Daily Inquirer4 days ago Medical Technologist Licensure Examination  Philippine Daily Inquirer2 months ago
Yahoo! 7 Lifestyle

Models Tying Weights In Their Hair To Meet Minimum BMI Requirements

Models are reportedly trying to get around minimum weight requirements by tying weights to their hair. marie claire Share Share - Yahoo7 While we all thought France banning underweight models from the runway was a breakthrough for the ...
 Yahoo! 7 Lifestyle1 month ago Fashion industry still encourages anorexia  News242 months ago France weighs skinny model ban  CNN2 months ago

The Style Files: The Weight Debate

The Style Files: The Great Weight Debate Paris, which often seems to be in the forefront of all things style and pretty much has elegance written into its genetic code, is again confronting one of the dark sides of fashion: the glamorization of ...
 Daily Mirror Sri Lanka1 month ago
Premium Times

France moves to ban ultra-skinny models

Paris (dpa) - The lower house of Frances Parliament adopted an amendment to a sweeping health law on Friday that would prohibit fashion models from having a abnormally low body mass index (BMI). The amendment, which leaves the determination of a ...
 Europe Online Magazine1 month ago
Boston Globe

France Bans Excessively Skinny Models in Anti-Anorexia Drive

(Bloomberg) -- Executives at fashion houses and talent agencies that use excessively thin models in France face six months in prison and a fine of 75,000 euros ($82,000), as the country fights the spread of anorexia. French lawmakers approved the ...
 Washington Post1 month ago

No woman should have to eat tissues to curb hunger pangs

Paris is known for its fabulous haute couture, delicious croissants and the quintessential, enviably slim Parisian woman in her capsule wardrobe and stylish 'do. Not to mention the super-skinny fashion models that strut down the ramp at Paris ...
 News242 months ago
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