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It remains unclear why breast size might affect diabetes risks.
The researchers said that benevolently sexist men perceived larger female breasts as attractive as larger breast size on a woman is associated with perceived femininity.
While this technique promises less invasive surgery, it yields a moderate increase in breast size as the amount of fat that can be transferred in each procedure is limited.
Seven out of 10 women questioned in the psychologist's report said breast size was likely to influence them subconsciously when buying melons.
While it was known that breast size is in part heritable, this study is the first to find specific genetic factors that are associated with differences in breast size, the researchers said.
It's difficult enough for high-risk women to face removing their breasts to prevent cancer, and then many are informed they can't have the type of mastectomy procedure they prefer due to breast size or shape," said C.
23andMe made these findings, which make the first concrete genetic link between breast size and breast cancer risks, using data from its unique online research platform.
To restore natural proportions, the athletic woman who has lost breast mass as a result of exercise should consider her initial breast size and the size of her frame.
The participants in this study showed a preference for small breast size, although buttocks size did not appear to alter ratings of attractiveness.
An experiment has been conducted to find out if products known as 'boob job creams' can actually increase a woman's breast size, without the need for cosmetic surgery.
And two per cent still rate a woman by her breast size.
However, the results of the survey are far from conclusive as a CBS 2 survey found that women who say that they value breast size over intelligence are lying.