Parents Should Tell Kids Picture-Perfect Celebs Aren't Real, Psychologists Say

Magazine advertisements for alcohol and cigarettes come with warning labels. Now, some groups suggest that the celebrity photos should, too. A number of researchers and government regulators want photographs of movie stars and models to come with warnings that say the photos have been extensively altered with retouching software, such as Adobe Photoshop. The idea stems from scientific research that found that vulnerable consumers, particularly children and teens, might be fooled by the...Full Story
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