A Very Not Pregnant Pamela Anderson Doing Ozone Therapy
Pamela Anderson is vehemently denying rumors that she's two months pregnant with new husband Rick Salomon's love child.
She told Robin Leach: “Its just not true. I would tell you if it was.” That's good to know, considering she's been seen doing some things pregnant women shouldn't do, like drinking champagne and inhaling lots of secondhand smoke.
On her website, she wrote: "Not pregnant. Just very happy. Started ozone therapy. Healthy as can be. Very exciting."
Ozone therapy is a controversial alternative therapy that is only legal in twelve states. Many experts claim it is dangerous while some alternative health practitioners claim it has saved lives. It is often used as a last resort to treat terminal diseases such as HIV and cancer.
In 2000, Nick Nolte told Larry King about his experience with ozone therapy.
"I became interested in the oxygen processes, and so I got ahold of Dr. Newbauer (ph) in Florida who does hyperbaric oxygen. And we did a brain scan, a nuclear brain scan, and then I took 10 treatments in ... what it did for me, supposedly -- you know, it's hard to say. But it -- it's a treatment that -- that oxidizes the brain. And maybe -- certainly on the brain scan, you can see that the -- the brain is more metabolized."
In 2001, it was reported that The Queen Mum was receiving ozone injections in order to stay healthy and increase the oxygen levels in her body in the year before she died at the age of 101.