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Demi's Problems Started Way Before Ashton!

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Such a shame to think that she's been so lost for so long.

Many were shocked to hear that Demi Moore was hospitalized for a reaction to one of the many rumored substances she was said with which to be struggling, ranging from adderall to whipits to red bull, but according to a source close to the troubled actress, her meltdown stems from problems that have been sitting idle for a long time - even before she married Ashton Kutcher!

They explain:

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Demi Moore Believed To Have Been Smoking K2 Spice Before The Seizure!

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OMG this is Demi Moore!! Why do we keep learning about her allegedly doing that only drugs young people do in their garage!?!

First it was WhipIts… then Adderall and Red Bull… but now we've learned she was smoking something too!

The 911 caller described it as "similar to incense." And with that piece of info and all the other clues out there, Dr. Phil Dembo believes the drug Demi may have been smoking was K2 Spice.

We know what most of U are thinking… what the hell is K2 Spice??

Apparently

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Has Demi Moore Been A Red Bull Addict For 10 Years?!?!?

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It's becoming increasingly clear how desperately she needed treatment.

Earlier this week, Demi Moore was rushed to the hospital, after which the actress announced that she'd be seeking treatment for "exhaustion and overall health."

From there, more and more reports surfaced about Demi's poor health and drug abuse.

Now, we're hearing that

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Demi Lovato Celebrates Her 19th Birthday!

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Happy and healthy, Demi Lovato celebrated her 19th birthday Friday night, a day before spending her REAL birthday at Kim Kardashian's wedding.

Demi teamed up with

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Fan Denies Breaking Into Madonna's Home And Stealing Energy Drink

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WTF? So random! And creepy!

A fan has denied breaking into Madonna's home in London and stealing a can of Red Bull. In fact, he pleaded not guilty to three counts of burglary for allegedly breaking into her 10-bedroom mansion in Marylebone, London.

During his trial

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Pediatricians Recommend Keeping Kids Away From Energy Drinks

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Kids already have ENOUGH energy, why would they need an energy drink?!

The American Academy of Pediatrics has written in the June issue of Pediatrics that kids SHOULD NOT be sucking down energy drinks.

Obvious reasons include too much caffeine (more than 100 milligrams per drink sometimes), which is not only addictive, but can increase heart rate, blood pressure, speech, anxiety levels and lead to insomnia.

Dr. Cynthia Pegler, an adolescent medical specialist in New York City, said:

"Too much caffeine is not good for anybody and can lead to sleep problems, and if a child is also on a stimulant medicine to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, you are now getting an extra whammy. This is not a good combination."

Makes sense to us! She recommends getting your kid hooked on water at an early age instead of relying on sugary sports drinks like Gatorade too, explaining:

"For most kids who do sports, water was the drink to encourage instead of all these other sugary drinks."

Beyond energy drinks, the Academy of Pediatrics does not recommend sports drinks either. Although they are not overloaded with caffeine, they contain unnecessary sugars, which lead to obesity and cavities. The report explained:

"Most sports drinks have calories and sugar which can lead to weight gain and dental erosion. They have a limited use for specific kids and teen athletes involved in prolonged vigorous sports or other activities."

We don't recall needing an energy drink to get us through the day as kids, so we don't see why any kids would need them now.

Are your kids too tired to get through the school day? Doctors suggest that consuming energy drinks is merely "a band-aid for an underlying problem that needs evaluation."

Totally agree! We'll leave parenting up to parents, but the danger of children unnecessarily consuming energy drinks is definitely something EVERY person raising a child should be aware of.

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Who's Even Left? Skins Loses MORE Sponsors!

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Wow. It's almost painful, watching this show die its slow, painful death.

Although both Red Bull and Clearasil both maintained that they would not follow the path of other traditional marketers and shun the controversial MTV remake of the British TV series, Skins, neither product had commercials in last night's episode, which also garnered less than one million viewers once again!

We guess it can't be the "most dangerous show" on television if no one is watching it!

Oh well. If by some miracle, this series does survive and get a new season, we hope that they start with what little originality they mustered this season and expand upon it, instead of just clumsily rehashing and watering down the original again.

Maybe then they can secure a fanbase instead of pissing off the fans of the original and ostracizing new viewers.

It's your choice, guys! Just saying!

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