Thanks to anti-fat bias in health care settings, you may think you need to lose weight to have a successful pregnancy. You don’t.
The actor says his crash diet to play the Joker helped him move his body in ways he didn’t know he could, reportedly losing more than 23 kilos to play the famed comic book villain for this realistic origin story.
"There are long, awkward pauses in conversation when I explain to some new acquaintances that yes, I do model."
"Someone who looks like Taylor will never understand how actually being fat feels."
The fan-favorite actor said he "recently ballooned up again" to play Santa Claus — and is "struggling to fight back down."
Here's how to communicate with your doctor and health insurance company to get the medication or procedures you may need.
The body positivity movement has been on the rise in the past few years ... but is it just trendy, or can this movement have staying power? “ICYMI By HuffPost” gets real about self-love and body image.
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.