Can we please stop fat-shaming people in the name of health now?
Although it’s still just a theory, experts agree that trusting your body to maintain a weight that’s right for it can be very powerful.
Some experts panicked about Krispy Kreme’s promotion for COVID-19 vaccines. But that panic isn’t really about health at all.
The heavier men were, the more persuasive they seemed, a Cornell study found.
"I just love food too much," the author and model said.
The "Superbad" star told Ellen DeGeneres he didn't understand his own worth until making the film.
From the moment I begin my day, until I’m finally asleep again, I swallow so many indignities.
"Stepping out and doing what you believe in is scary, especially when you know your ideas are not welcomed by the majority."
Lots of fat people are healthy. Some fat people are unhealthy. All fat people deserve decency.
"Hey, you don’t have to 'feel thin' to have thin privilege," writer Cora Harrington argues.
Teammates who reportedly saw the scale confirmed the story.
Keep the invasive questions to yourself. 😒
A new study shows people perceive heavier Asian-Americans as more “American” than their thinner counterparts.
The new term could tell you more about your health than the number on the scale. Here, three questions to ask.
It's clear to me that out of all the moments I have spent on this planet, the majority of them have been spent thinking negatively
You don't need to be skinny--you need to be voluminous and curvy with a pretty face.
The first step is to become aware of the situation and realize it's reversible. The next step is to ask, "Who am I?" and
Aim for Comfortable Satisfaction Instead of telling yourself you should exercise or rebelling and avoiding exercise altogether
1. You aren't eating enough.