Daily Archives: April 10, 2012
Some think that the photo looks shopped as in photoshopped esp. around the waist. I am sure she lost weight and so did I. I’ve lost 30 pounds and my old clothes are falling off me so I had to buy a few new ones. I have met my goal sooner due to the hot yoga classes and my simple diet. Janet is lying if she claims she does not use a scale. When I did not use the scale is when I gained the most weight. I weigh and record my weight every week usually on Sunday. I might go for 5 more pounds loss since this last five went so well.
At 5-foot-4, the “Rhythm Nation” singer had struggled to maintain a healthy weight for most of her career — until she joined the Nutrisystem program in late 2011.
“People can relate to me because I have lived it. I truly understand what it’s like to have a problem with weight loss, losing too much weight or gaining more than you desire,” Jackson, 45, tells Us Weekly. “It’s about keeping it off. We can all lose weight, but learning how to keep it off — maintaining it — is what’s difficult. Nutrisystem teaches you how to do that.”
Jackson doesn’t have a goal weight in mind, though “there was a time in my life where I did live by the scale,” she admits.
- Janet Jackson releases new Nutrisystem ad, shows off body (thegrio.com)
- Janet Jackson Promotes Nutrisystem with New Body In New Commercial (clutchmagonline.com)
It has now been confirmed by multiple sources within the Santorum campaign that Rick Santorum, the candidate who was largely seen as the most serious challenger to Mitt Romney for the presidential nomination, will drop out of the Republican race for the nomination. These sources have confirmed to Breitbart.com that Santorum’s withdrawal will come within the next few hours.
Mitt Romney will become the Republican nominee. The campaign now moves into its next stage: the general election.
- Campaign says Santorum’s daughter is recovering (nbcpolitics.msnbc.msn.com)
Results from a recent study published in the International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine concluded that Blacks and Hispanics who are severely depressed are less likely to be prescribed antidepressants than their white counterparts, while depressed patients on Medicaid and Medicare tend to be prescribed drugs that are older, reports CBS News.
The study, conducted by researchers at the University of Michigan who examined data from 1993 to 2007, sifted through the antidepressant medication prescribing habits of physicians.
The teenage birth rate in the United States has fallen to a record low in the seven decades since such statistics were last collected.
A report released Tuesday by the National Center for Health Statistics showed the teenage birth rate for American teenagers fell 9% from 2009 to 2010. The national level, 34.3 teenage births per 1,000 women between the ages of 15-19, is the lowest since 1946.