Maria Kang, fitness junkie and mom of three, continues to ignite controversy across the web, with Facebook posts that suggest there’s no excuse for not working out and that obese people should be judged, not supported.
According to new research, people who feel judged based on their weight are at greater risk of becoming obese. These findings suggest that obesity, like any medical issue, has a lot to do with our psychological and emotional health.
Sports Clubs across the country are on call this weekend to answer our burning questions about getting buff and looking hot, just in time for bikini season. Is this the right way to help people feel better about their bodies?
“Fat talk” is getting increasingly common among college-age women. But new research suggests no one wants to be around the gal that’s griping about her weight gain. How can we discuss body image issues in a positive way?