Jamaica Observer / Dr. Constantino Mendieta More cushion, anyone? – Your Health Your Wealth April 29, 2014


More cushion, anyone?

A pair of curvaceous, well-contoured, firm buttocks is possible. But, of course, there is a cost.

In fact, several celebrities are rumoured to have done a little touching up on their derrières.

Whether these reports are true or not, the behind is definitely an asset as one celebrity is widely reported to have demonstrated when she allegedly insured her buttocks a few years ago.

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Monsters and Critics / Dr. Constantino Mendieta The Doctors’ Celebrates 1000 Episodes With Stories Of Viewers Whose Lives Were Saved VIDEOS April 25, 2014

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TV Picks: ‘  The Emmy®-winning syndicated daytime TV series The Doctors celebrates its 1000th episode on Tuesday, April 29 (check your local listings).

In recognition of the milestone, the show takes an emotional look at many of the people whose lives were helped, both on the show and from viewers at home who offer incredible stories of how watching the program saved their life, or the life of a loved one.

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Monsters and Critics / Dr. Constantino Mendieta 5 Best Butt and Thigh Sculpting and Enhancing Moves April 25, 2014

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Gino (R) can get you there

This is the age of the rear-end. The butt has trumped the boob in the quest for perfection for many people, thank Jennifer Lopez, the Kardashian tribe and the fact that South American and African American taste in body style is the tail wagging the American dog.

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Monsters and Critics / Jill Miller Chelsea Clinton Expecting First Child, Time to Work On ‘Inner Baby Carriage’ April 18, 2014

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Chelsea Clinton Expecting First Child, Time to Work On ‘Inner Baby Carriage’

The news that Chelsea Clinton is expecting her first child this Fall, and now is the time the new mother-to-be needs to work on what fitness expert Jill Miller calls “the inner baby carriage.”

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Monsters and Critics / The Khalili Center Paul Stanley Brings Microtia Into The Limelight, One Doctor Makes It Her Mission April 15, 2014

Did you know that KISS legendary musician Paul Stanley, newly inducted in the 29th annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, had a tough childhood because of a condition called Microtia?

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Stanley’s memoir called ‘Face the Music: A Life Exposed,’ reveals that the handsome rocker was born with a condition called Microtia which prevents the ear from forming properly.

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