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Sure you can tell your child they are fat. If you want them to live a lifetime of insecurity

If your child is overweight and it impacts their health there is action you should take. But that shouldn't involve inflicting the misery of body-awareness and calorie counting

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Beck has released a trio of standalone efforts

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Online petition with 1,300 signatures suggests producer Dr Luke should stop producing hit singles for the star

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Pink has been named Billboard's Woman of the Year 2013

Pink named Billboard's Woman of the Year 2013

Pop singer Pink has been named Billboard's Woman of the Year after scoring her first ever number one album.

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