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Is Weight the New Equalizer?

Shaming overweight and obese people does not encourage them to lose weight; in fact, it might lead them to putting on more weight, researchers found in the journal Obesity this year. What’s more, overweight women suffer more than just emotionally; their paychecks suffer, too. If you are overweight, and especially a woman, people, in general . . . . Continue Reading

10 Unusual New Year’s Resolutions (That We Should All Make This Year)

It’s that time of year again, well, the end of the year and, just like tons of other people, you probably feel a renewed sense of urgency (read: pressured) to start the new year off on the right foot. Every year, you make the same, tired list: lose weight, eat better, save money, blah, blah, . . . . Continue Reading

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