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Why It's Okay to Be Overweight
GUEST POST: Tom Ewer takes a deep dive into research to show how the supposed health risks of fat are inconclusive and that it may be okay—even healthy—to be "overweight."
Today, more and more young adults are living with their parents. Are millennials who return to the nest destined to fail as adults? Or is there more behind the story of the Boomerang Generation’s return home?

He's coming — we swear! But Santa needs some fuel along the way. Here's what he'll be snacking on all night while delivering all that Christmas cheer.

The Mediterranean diet isn’t the only global cuisine worth copying. Here are some healthy eating habits to borrow from countries around the world — and some practices to leave at the border.
Artist Hannah Price took a series of photographs of men who catcalled her on the street. Here’s how her work contributes to our understanding of street harassment.
At many points in their lives, most women (and some men) will experience street harassment. In order to create a culture in which everyone feels comfortable in their bodies, we need to start acknowledging that harassment happens (like, all the time). Here’s how we can do that.

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He's coming — we swear! But Santa needs some fuel along the way. Here's what he'll be snacking on all night while delivering all that Christmas cheer.

Today, more and more young adults are living with their parents. Are millennials who return to the nest destined to fail as adults? Or is there more behind the story of the Boomerang Generation’s return home?
Why It's Okay to Be Overweight
GUEST POST: Tom Ewer takes a deep dive into research to show how the supposed health risks of fat are inconclusive and that it may be okay—even healthy—to be "overweight."

Not all bacteria is bad—learn how live microorganisms in yogurt can do a thing or two for good health.

New Year’s diets may soon be a thing of the past: A new survey finds fewer American adults are dieting at the same time that cultural attitudes about weight and attractiveness are shifting.

At many points in their lives, most women (and some men) will experience street harassment. In order to create a culture in which everyone feels comfortable in their bodies, we need to start acknowledging that harassment happens (like, all the time). Here’s how we can do that.

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