4 dance moves to master before the spring fling
Ask Cliff: Here's what guys *really* hate
You won't believe how this teen makes more than $480,000 a year
Shawn Mendes's "Never Be Alone" music video is out
20 affirmations that will totally change your outlook on life
How to wear 2015's hottest spring colors
Trend to try: Soft waves, straight from the runway
An apple (chip) a day keeps the doctor away
Thoughts on our Feb/March issue? We wanna hear 'em!
Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast Character Voices
More Friends = More Fun
CREATE A PROFILE
GL Tweets !
3 HOURS AGO How to master the half moon mani 💅http://t.co/me1lXQP4855
6 HOURS AGO Prim AKA @WillowShields just joined the Dancing with the Stars cast: http://t.co/GXY88ro771
7 HOURS AGO Yup, someone got suspended for trying to lose a basketball game on purpose: http://t.co/4sVOQLuwc9
Check these out, too...
One day in the shower, I noticed one of my breasts is bigger than the other.
Don’t worry – you are perfectly fine! In fact, about half of all women have different sized breasts – usually the left one is larger (who knew?).
According to gynecologist Dr. Carol Upright of Stanford, Conn., it’s completely normal, especially as you develop, to have one breast be larger.
Think of it like this: Can’t one of your feet be a size 6 and the other be more of a 6 1/2? Dr. Upright says when your breasts are fully developed, usually by the time you’re 18, they should even out some. By the way, you’re probably the only one who notices the difference anyway. Oh, and don’t try stuffing your bra with tissue – that could lead to one embarrassing sitch.
TELL US NOW! Are you havin' body bummers? Click on SEND A QUESTION below to send in your most important body qs.
BY GL ON 5/27/2009 7:00:00 AM
POSTED IN body image, breasts
Anti-bacterial soap kills way more germs.
Don't miss this special excerpt from the new Ruby Redfort book!
Ruby's back–and this time, the mystery is bigger than ever. CLICK HERE to read a *free* excerpt from Ruby Redfort Catch Your Death!