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Most Women Would Rather $10,000 Instead Of Jennifer Aniston's Body

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Now, this is not a slight against Jennifer Aniston. In fact, we're sure they picked her body specifically for the poll because of how incredibly rockin' it is — especially for her age!

It does show, however, that people are struggling financially.

82% of the women polled for a survey from FITNESS and Yahoo! Finance said they'd rather win $10,000 than

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John Edwards Is Finally Going On Trial This April!

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John Edwards trial date set

About time!

It's been delayed for some time now, but John Edwards will finally go on trial for using campaign finance money to cover up his affair with mistress Rielle Hunter!

The trial expected to last for six weeks is scheduled to begin on April 23 and jury selection will commence on April 12.

We're excited that this guy is finally going to get what he's had coming to him since he dooped his dying wife, family, and the American public in 2008.

Do U think he'll be found guilty by the end of this legal dramz?

[Image via WENN.]

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Hospital Patient Gets Bill For $44 Million!

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Can U imagine getting a financial scare like this?

Alex Rodriguez spent 3 weeks recovering from pneumonia at the Bronx-Lebanon Hospital in New York City, but then almost had a heart attack when he saw his bill.

The NYC hospital was demanding $44 million (as a copay) for their services!

Fortunately, it

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Chef Mario Batali Bashes Bankers

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Mario Batali bashes bankers

Chef Mario Batali is joining in on the Occupy Wall Street movement…at least in spirit.

Despite being a member of the 1% and currently fighting off a lawsuit for illegally underpaying his workforce, Mario agrees with the 99% that feel the big bankers are ruining this country.

While speaking at a Time magazine Person of the Year panel, the celebrity chef went as far as to compare bankers to Adolf Hitler, saying:

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Q & A With Dr. J

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We love our family and friends, but does that mean we have to be responsible for their financial irresponsibility?

A FitPerez reader wondering whether or not to issue a loan to a friend in need wrote to life coach Dr. J for advice, asking:

A friend asked if he could borrow some money. Someone told me never loan money to your friends or family, but I feel bad…what should I do?

According to Dr. J:

Playing Pickle as a kid was fun! BUT being in a pickle as an adult can sometimes lead to sleepless nights and uncensored, family-feud, heavy-weight fights. Giving your hard earned money to family or your "family of friends" can be a risk. When people borrow bread, it can go from a dinner roll to a whole loaf before you know it. The first helping hand somehow leads to an open invitation for some people. Are You up for it? If You do embark on a risk, ask yourself, is it calculated or casual? Bottom line, do You want the money back or not?

Some rules of thumb:

- If You Got It and Give It, it will be posted all over the planet! Everyone will somehow now know where to go for some free dough!

- If You Give It…Make 'em sign for It. Ask the bankers who lend money for a living! There are no free handouts! Give them terms before You give them trinkets! Hold them accountable to every cent and be forensic with your funds. Make up a payment plan and a back up plan. Sometimes if you go through measured steps, people are less likely to borrow because they don't want to hang themselves on all that red tape.

- If You Give Your Dinero, Be Willing to Get Back Zero! The reality is, even with the best intentions, the person who borrowed the money may not be able to pay you back. Will that make you resentful? Will your relationship withstand this test? Prepare to be aware of the consequences of your generosity.

Remember, money might befriend people but borrowing money can make friends and family run away!

If you've got a question about how to handle something bothering you in life, shoot us an email or ask the doctor himself @AskDocJ on Twitter!

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