One of the problems with becoming a stock photo model is that you have zero idea what your image will be used for. This model found that out the hard way. More
Sex tips? Grooming advice? 20-somethings need it all, and happily, other 20-something sexist pigs who aren’t better than you are happy to dole it out. More
Maybe this research will stop people from being cruel to strangers in public. I wish I could say I was optimistic about that. More
Probably the best way to help overweight people lose weight is by not allowing them to participate in athletic activities that would aid them in losing weight. Oh. Wait. That makes no sense at all! Nonetheless, people over 260 pounds are not allowed to participate in the new bike sharing program in New York. More
Amid all the arguments about whether or not obese airplane passengers should have to pay for an extra seat (they should not), the small carrier Samoa airlines has taken it a step further by charging not just the obese, but everyone, a fare that is calculated based on how much that person weighs. More
Sleep is great for other things besides keeping you from being a crankster. More
“I never felt comfortable working out with skinny people.” More
Does the idea of a obese mannequins upset you? This photo of a larger plastic model (with some very bizarre proportions) generated outrage and debate in a Reddit thread recently. More
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“I eat like a caveman, I’ll be the only actress who doesn’t have anorexia rumors.” How, dear Lawrence, does a caveman eat? More
For a second, I thought that they were talking about a shot that was phat, but then I remember that scientists don’t use slang terms they read in YM in 2000. Because they’re scientists. More
I’d really love to hear your thoughts on why you think the obesity rate keeps getting worse. Economic conditions? More readily available terrible food? Witches? Bad-witch-magic is my answer to a lot of things. More
A group of so-called experts think they have finally figured out the real reason behind our obesity problem: Women just don’t do enough housework anymore. Duh, why didn’t we think of that?
According to a new British survey of 8,000 people, 60 years ago the average women’s waistline measured 28 inches. Today, we come in at 34 inches. That’s a full six inches more than our earlier generation. And the reason for that? The demise of the stereotypical 1950s housewife, of course! More