by Jon Robison, PhD In part III of this series (click here to see Part I and Part II), I outlined three major disconnects between traditional worksite health promotion and employee… Read More »WHAT’S MISSING? Promoting Health at the Workplace (Part IV)
From time to time the Health At Every Size® Blog will be sharing HAES Matters “roundtable” posts with our readers. The questions that appear in the HAES Matters posts are based on questions generated by participants at ASDAH’s… Read More »HAES® Matters: Dieting, Disease, and Weight (part 1)
by Jon Robison, PhD In the first part of this 3-part series, we traced the roots of our traditional approach to health promotion and health promotion at the workplace as… Read More »WHAT’S MISSING? Promoting Health at the Workplace (Part II)
by Fall Ferguson, JD, MA I just taught a weekend course entitled “Embodiment as Transformative Practice.” It was an incredible privilege to have the opportunity to participate in a 10-hour… Read More »Embodying the Health At Every Size® Model
by Dana Schuster, MS In early April I shared with you some of my experiences promoting a HAES® framework in local school wellness efforts. Now I feel I must confess—since… Read More »Pollydana The Pit Bull Learns a Lesson—Taking the Health At Every Size® Model to School, Part 2
by Jonathan Robison, PhD, MS Gary Taubes was at it again recently, responding to “The Fat Trap” by Tara Parker-Pope spouting the same old rhetoric about how carbohydrates are poison… Read More »The other white powder – sugar and food addiction
by Deb Burgard, PhD If you have grown up in this culture, you probably associate quite a few things with fatness and quite a few of the opposite traits with… Read More »Can you tell anything at all by a person’s weight?