And despite what we’ve always thought, we can’t blame chickens. Foreign oestrogen (‘Xenoestrogens’) have been found in certain pesticides, cosmetics, and plastics – particularly BPA plastic, which is widely used in an endless list of products, including drink cans, plastic bottles, and till receipts.
Whilst I’m the first person to throw around dramatic statements (I’m quitting coffee! Women on the pill or hormone replacement therapy (HRT) will see a spike in their oestrogen levels, and therefore grow a cup size or two.
And Elsa Pataky is radiant in a rustic-themed spread for the August issue of The Australian Women's Weekly.
The 40-year-old dazzles in a selection of boho chic fashion curated by Style Director Mattie Cronan for the monthly publication, on-sale now.
Her makeup palette reflected the natural vibe of the photos and her signature blonde locks were styled in classic beach waves.
The photos and accompanying spread feature in the August edition of The Australia Women's Weekly, which pays tribute to Princess Diana 20 years since her death.
At Italiano we are committed to providing you a safe and friendly environment where you can comfortably meet that special someone.A Brisbane law professor posing as pop singer Justin Bieber online to solicit explicit images from young children has been charged with multiple serious offences.The 42-year-old man, understood to be in prison, was charged in November 2016 with a number of child sex offences including possessing child exploitation material and using a carriage service to groom persons under 16.After a thorough examination of the man's computer, he has this week been further charged with another 931 child sex offences, including, rape, indecent treatment of children, making child exploitation material, using a carriage service to procure person under 16, and using a carriage service for child pornography material.It will be alleged that the man used multiple online platforms including Facebook and Skype to communicate with his victims.Detective Inspector Jon Rouse said Task Force Argos, which investigates child sex crimes, would continue to target those using the internet to harm children."This investigation demonstrates both the vulnerability of children that are utilising social media and communication applications and the global reach and skill that child sex offenders have to groom and seduce victims," Detective Inspector Rouse said."The fact that so many children could believe that they were communicating with this particular celebrity highlights the need for a serious rethink about the way that we as a society educate our children about online safety."The breadth of offences committed in this instance are frankly horrendous and I want to recognise the efforts and commitment of the investigative team at Taskforce Argos to keeping children safe."The man will appear in Brisbane Magistrates Court on April 6.