Want to drop a few quick pounds for NYFW? Put on some Grateful Dead and spark up a doobie, my fine fashionable friend. More
Well, no, probably not. Though one Australian journalist seems to think it is! More
Here is a fantastic way to waste time at work. -ShelterPop
Should the state remove obese children from their homes? -Double X
Here is a child with a pet bird. -The Hairpin
How women fuel infertility myths? -HuffPo
Speaking of which: men can have pregnancy anxiety. -YourTango
Do lip plumpers actually work? -Birchbox
Macys has been fined for selling illegal (read: dangerous) kids clothes. -Styleite
Good product for pulling of ultra-bright eyeshadow. -Refinery29
I’m really into Victoria’s Secret model Jessica Hart‘s bright, fresh minimalism. -StyleList
Swimsuit by body type round-up. -Betty Confidential
The musician as muse is becoming really, really popular. -The High Low
Here is a delightful Ricky Martin gif. -The Frisky
Want a cushy job at Google? Put down the cake! More
This is depressing on a number of levels, but also not too surprising. More
It might seem like common sense to many that you can’t make someone healthier by shaming them, but for those who still don’t think so, now there’s a study. More
Or, I guess what I really mean is, how are they not as cripplingly obese as the rest of us? What are they doing right? Oh, and this is my question because I can’t begin to understand why we’ve universally gained weight in a 10 year period. Chipolte? Yeah, probably that.
So, here are some theories I have about people in Colorado: More
In yet another study that points to the dangers of mothers who work out of the house, researchers from American University found that kids whose moms work are more likely to be heavier than their peers. According to CNN, the increase in weight was minimal — about one pound for every six months the mom works — but still, they said, a clear link exists. More
Well, we’re getting one. The Adolescent Weight Control Registry is collecting data from people ages 14-20 who have lost weight and kept it off for at least 1 year. The first person to be included is Meagan Blanchette. The 16 … More
It’s not New York, despite what New Yorkers would have you believe. More
You know what my favorite food is? Heroin burgers. A lot of people think heroin addicts are too skinny, which is why I just load my beef up with opiates. I guess the people in this Australian PSA ad don’t know how to do that.
(True story: my parents took me to McDonald’s once a week when I was growing up. I am now a very normal body weight, and eat a lot of fruits, vegetables and lean protein. I no longer find the idea of hamburgers from McDonald’s very appealing, because I am no longer 6.
Another true story: kids whose parents inject them with heroin mostly just die. ) More
A few weeks ago, writer Peggy Orenstein published this article in the NYT, called “The Fat Trap.” In it, she talks about the struggle to both make sure that her teenage daughter doesn’t become overweight to the point that it’s … More
And not just because of all the purging.
We would never give you advice on how to scam pot from medical marijuana clinics. Hugs not drugs, everyone! But if we wanted to, we could have called the Medical Marijuana Evaluation center (556 West Grand Avenue, Oakland, CA, 94612, … More