by Jonathan Robison, PhD, MS In Part I we discussed a study in which room attendants from 7 different hotels were randomly assigned to one of two experimental conditions. Subjects… Read More »The placebo effect: belief and biology – part II
Health At Every Size
interview by Jeanette DePatie (the Fat Chick), MA, ACE An eight-year-old Cleveland Heights boy was removed from his family’s custody and placed in foster care. The boy weighs over 200… Read More »There’s no place like home — unless you’re a fat kid
by Jon Robison, PhD, MS There was a flurry of activity on our list serve recently about a study that was actually published back in 2007 by Dr. Ellen Langer… Read More »The placebo effect: belief and biology – part I
by Jeanette DePatie (The Fat Chick), MA, ACE In my work with ASDAH as well as my work as a fitness instructor, I have introduced the HAES™ approach to life… Read More »Does the Health At Every Size® approach mean I’m giving up?
by Jon Robison, PhD, MS The BMI is a measure of height and weight – specifically weight divided by height squared. It is the predominate measure by which health professionals… Read More »Is the body mass index a good measure of health?
by Deb Burgard, PhD Many people who are intrigued with the Health at Every Size® approach find the notion of “weight neutrality” the hardest aspect to accept. “Loving your body”… Read More »Can I love my body and still want to lose weight?