With health care marketplaces opening in a few months, the administration wants to persuade young consumers to purchase insurance. The next few months leading up to the opening of these marketplaces are a critical time for youth engagement and outreach efforts, a White House official said in a statement. The reach of these national stars spreads beyond the beltway to fans of their television shows, movies, and music and the power of these artists to speak through social media is especially critical. Rep. Fred Upton, R-Mich., disagrees. As chairman Kim Kardashian of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, Upton recently criticized the presidents decision to turn to Hollywood for more publicity in a blog post. <br>Source: http://www.upi.com/Health_News/2013/07/29/Celebrities-might-not-help-health-care-promotion-experts-say/2151375138626/
Reality TV star Kim, a bathroom person of sorts, reportedly spent $100,000 on a self-flushing toilet, last year, to address her cleanliness concerns. Jennifer Lopez This bootylicious diva, who has her derriere insured for $27 million, united states refuses to lower it onto anything other than the toilet seat that she carries with herself wherever she goes. Fearing a germ attack, this diva ensures that every loo she happens to use is fitted with her own personal toilet cover. Incidentally, this gem-encrusted cover, was gifted to her by ex-beau Ben Affleck who allegedly paid $105,000 for it a decade ago. Megan Fox Megan Fox , who developed a fear of flying was quick to find a quirky way to overcome it. She believes that she cannot die while listening to a Britney Spears song. Hence every time she steps inside a jet-plane, she ensures that her earphones are belting out music by the singer. <br>Source: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/hollywood/news-interviews/Celebrities-and-their-OTT-quirks/articleshow/21508169.cms
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She wrote that the practice has become a major issue in the last three years, and added, "This is a national emergency, this is a public health crisis and the government isn't doing anything about it." The article says 300 different drug, vitamin and trace-elements are in historically short supply across the nation. As a result, clinicians say at least 15 infants have died since 2010. Interviewed by WTOP, Robbins explained that calcium, zinc, phosphorus, magnesium and selenium are the most common nutrients in short supply. Because premature infants lack nutrient reserves, Robbins said, the shortage of nutrients can be fatal. She said, There was a baby whose heart stopped because of lack of phosphorus. <br>Source: http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Hollywood/2013/07/31/Celebrities-Beautify-While-Infants-Die
#LettuceLady @pinkshotdogs". From Chantelle Houghton behind bars and painted as a tiger to a load of horse manure being dumped outside Gordon Ramsay's restaurant - we take a look at PETA's most ridiculous publicity stunts in pictures below. Chantelle Houghton Chantelle Houghton wore underwear beneath layers of body paint as she posed behind bars outside the Houses of Parliament, in a protest with PETA calling for a ban on wild animals in circuses. PA Images Chantelle Houghton as a tiger for PETA Lacey Banghard The former Celebrity Big Brother star posed with two people dressed up as condoms in Piccadilly Circus, promoting PETA's campaign to sterilise cats and dogs to avoid unnecessary animal suffering. PA Images Lacey Banghard poses with condoms for PETA Victoria Eisermann Ex-Big Brother contestant Victoria Eisermann sits in a bathtub full of fake blood in Parliament Square to protest EU's postponement of banning the sale of cosmetics tested on animals. The former glamour model also posed naked with vegetables protecting her modesty for the animal rights organisation. <br>Source: http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/showbiz/news/a503120/celebrities-spectacular-peta-publicity-stunts-in-pictures.html
I am so ashamed, but there are no excuses. What I did was wrong and I will accept the consequences." Comedian Allen found himself in hot water last week after an interview with the Tampa Bay Times in which he said he uses the "n-word" in his standup routine and that by doing so he takes away its power to offend. 'If I have no intent, if I show no intent, if I clearly am not a racist, then how can 'n-----' be bad coming out of my mouth?' Allen said. In the story, Allen says he particularly dislikes the phrase "n-word." '(The phrase) 'the n-word' is worse to me than n-----,' he said. Radio host Michael Dyson, appearing on MSNBC (see below), took offense to Allen's comments saying, 'He wants to move from ally to reassume the appropriate privilege of whiteness, which is to dictate the terms of the debate. <br>Source: http://blog.al.com/wire/2013/08/celebrities_and_racial_slurs_o.html