U.K. aims to stop unrealistic media images

09/22/2010 | Google

The British government will meet with magazine fashion editors, advertisers and health experts to discuss how to curb airbrushing use when it comes to ads and photo shoots in an effort to promote healthier lifestyles among young women. Retouched images illustrate unrealistic body images that can prove unhealthy to young females, according to health officials.

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