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The American Medical Association cited an example that sounded a lot like the Ralph Lauren ad back in 2009 where the model's body had been pinched to a grossly teeny-tiny degree, according to The Consumerist. "Exposure to media-propagated images of unrealistic body images has been linked to eating disorders and other child and adolescent health problems," the group said in a press release. Back in 2009 Lauren released a statement apologizing for the retouching, saying, "We have addressed the problem and going forward will take every precaution to ensure that the caliber of our artwork represents our brand appropriately."
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