by Tiana Dodson Each January, we celebrate the legacy of an amazing man, Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. He stood up and protested, nonviolently against the racism and injustice… Read More »Self Love, Hats and MLK: Let’s Protest!
by Sara Connell Please be aware this piece includes descriptions of bullying as well as eating disorder behaviors which may be triggering for some. Some language notes: “transgender” refers to… Read More »WARNING: This Post is High in Trans Fat (May Contain Nuts).
by Fall Ferguson, JD, MA I recently listened to a panel that took place in February 2014 at AcademyHealth’s National Health Policy Conference. The panel was entitled “Community Health &… Read More »We Only Think We Understand Health Inequities
by Rev. Dr. E-K Daufin The Popular Culture/American Culture Association is an international, academic organization whose different areas of research and interest cover alphabetically from Academic and Collegiate Culture through… Read More »Fat Studies in Popular Culture/American Culture
by Amy Herskowitz, MSc Welcome to another “Building Bridges” post, in which we feature interviews with health professionals, academics, and policy makers who are not necessarily identified with the Health… Read More »Building Bridges: Interview with Dr. Sheila Parker
From time to time the Health At Every Size® Blog shares HAES Matters “roundtable” posts with our readers. The questions below were posed by the ASDAH Blog Committee to some… Read More »HAES® Matters: Understanding the New HAES Principles
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