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France bans unhealthily thin models with law requiring doctor’s certificate

by Futures Centre, May 16
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France bans ‘unhealthily thin’ models

France has banned unhealthily thin models as part of a new law targeting “unrealistic body images” and eating disorders. Models will be required to provide a doctor’s certificate attesting to their overall health and proving their body mass index (BMI) sits within a healthy range in order to work.

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