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The city’s unorthodox plan to combat obesity has many questioning the safety of their well-intended idea.
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Now everyone on the social media behemoth can inquire if you're single (because clearly you wanted them to ask).
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Almost a year after the “disease” label took effect, researchers say it’s having the reverse effect of what was intended.
After shocking the world with her extreme weight loss, she’s now at her “perfect weight,” she says. Great, but is the show helping or harming women and our body image?
It’s exactly what it sounds like—and we’re hoping it’s just a passing fad. Get the deets and tell us what you think!
We know running is good for you, but who knew it's this good?
The appointment has some crying foul over conflict of interest. What does this mean for your health and what do you think?
The dismal and shocking results of a new study suggest the obesity problem in the U.S. may be worse than we thought.