Published in Obesity and Diabetes Week, November 3rd, 2003
"Nowadays, in industrialized societies, it is fashionable for women to be slim. However, throughout history, this has not always been the case, especially as 'cellulite' (cellulitis) was full of typically feminine symbols. The ideal feminine silhouette has changed with the rhythm of cultures," investigators in France report.
"Cellulitis is an inappropriate term used by women to describe curves that they judge to be too plump and not very aesthetic, mostly around the thighs and hips," said J. Franchi and colleagues at...
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