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Katy Perry Shows Off Her INSANE Vitamin Collection!

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HOLY SHIZZ!! That's a lot of pills, girl!

We've always wondered how Katy Perry manages to maintain her beautiful, healthy glow, and now we know! Homegurl takes a TON of vitamins!

The Fireworks singer took to Twitter to showoff her pill popping tendencies, writing:

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Lindsay Lohan DEMANDS Adderall Access During Rehab!

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LOLz! Or what… she'll throw a hissy fit?

But it seems that during her recent lying-to-cops-case plea deal negotiations, Lindsay Lohan insisted she be allowed access to Adderall while attending any sort of rehabilitation facility, OR she would have taken the case to trial!

One source claims the hAArd pAArtier regularly pops prescription speed Adderall and needs the higly controversial pharmaceutical drug to stay up all night in Brazil function on a day-to-day basis…

However, we've heard that IF Lindsay ends up in her ordered "lockdown" rehab (which technically doesn't even exist) as opposed to jail, she'll actually be

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Should Morning-After Pills Be Prescribed To Teen Girls??

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Morning after pills, like Plan B, are technically sold over-the-counter.

That means you could pick them up from a pharmacy just like you could Aspirin or something.

But because of federal law, birth control can't be sold to girls under the age of 17.

Girls 16 and younger need a prescription.

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has recommended that pediatricians routinely talk to their teen patients about emergency birth control and to write them prescriptions for morning-after pills.

So then if a girl does have sex, and regular birth control does fail (exploding condoms), she'll be able to get her pills right away.

Morning-after pills can work up to 120 hours after sex but they work best if taken within the first 24 hours.

The AAP said:

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Mob Wives Star Renee Graziano Checks Into Rehab

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Renee Graziano, star of Mob Wives, checked into a rehab facility in Miami earlier this week.

She's going to be there for a 30-day course.

Here's what a source had to say about it:

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25 WORST Pills For Men!

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Supplements can often help take care of something we're unable to regularly get in our diets.

But sometimes, it's just too much.

Ranging from more ineffective than a placebo to straight up dangerous for you, these are 25 supplements that men should NOT be taking:

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Ladies: Tylenol And Ibuprofen Might Cause Hearing Loss!

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We get it — Tylenol and ibuprofen help. Be it headaches, back aches, or any kind of aches, it's just easy to reach for the pills.

You might wanna stop, though, or find another way — they could be causing you hearing loss!

Men, you're not out of the woods either. In fact, it's been known for a while that there's a link to hearing loss for you, too!

This study was HUGE:

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New Study Throws Omega-3's Under The Bus!

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Well, Omega-3 supplements, that is!

It's true, a new study is showing that those fish oil pills you've been taking haven't been doing anything at all — it shows that the supplements don’t lower users’ risks of heart attack, stroke, sudden death or death from heart disease or any cause.

Part of the study had scientists reviewing 20 studies dating back to 1989 that involved 68,680 participants. So it wasn't small by any means.

So what's up with the conclusion now vs. what it was in the past?

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