The Definition of a Kilogram Just Changed Worldwide
The kilogram is the last unit of measurement to be untethered from an artificial object.
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What Ramadan Is Like When You Have an Eating Disorder
It’s easier to starve myself without arousing suspicion when everyone around me is fasting.
There's an Urgent Need For Better Anorexia Treatments
For more than half of those afflicted, the disorder can last several decades.
You Can Skip the Stretching and Still Get More Flexible
Strength training is a remarkably effective way to counteract stiffness.
Watch This Woman Just Straight Up Destroy a Gym
We’ve all thought about it, but someone actually started swinging barbells at a Toronto Good Life health club.
You're Smarter Than That
The ‘Sleeping Beauty Diet’ Doesn't Make You Lose Weight
It's just a pretty-sounding euphemism for narcorexia—drugging yourself to sleep in order to avoid eating.
How Fear of Deportation Affects the Body
It's not enough that it wreaks havoc on a person's mental health.
I’m Scared of Who I’ll Become After Weight Loss Surgery
"A skinny me is a complete stranger."
Elizabeth A. Johnson
There’s a Reason Women in Offices Are Complaining About Being Cold
Your thermostat is probably a little sexist.
Race and Health
People See Fat Asian-Americans as 'More American' Than Thin Ones
Living With It
Weight and Migraines Are Weirdly Linked, New Study Suggests
Looks like migraines are as discriminating as your Tinder dates.
Fat Acceptance Activists Take Over Brazilian Beach Just Before Carnival
Rio's first "Day of Fat People on the Beach" celebrated bikinis and body positivity on one the city's most beloved tourist spots.