It's Scientifically Proven That It Was Easier to Be Skinny in The 70s

People today weigh 10% more than those who lived during the last millennium.

Sep 30, 2015

Have You Heard Of The Belly Button Challenge?

This challenge just seems to be another way to judge women bodies for not being "good enough."

Jun 12, 2015

Nov 21, 2012

True Story: I Struggle With a Weight Obsession

Honestly, that last time I would consider myself skinny would be at the age of 12. Puberty hit me hard, leaving me with big hips, big boobs, and flabby thighs. Within a few months I changed from a bony, kind of lanky girl to a stocky, curvaceous woman. It freaked me out. It still freaks me out.

May 15, 2012

Tuffy Luv Sez: Love That Bod!!!

Dear Tuffy Luv, I'm fat. I hate my body. Now what?

May 14, 2012

'Social Jet Lag' Might Be Derailing Your Diet and Exercise Efforts [Body Blog]

Essentially, social jet lag means that your body's clock, or your circadian rhythm, is out of sync with your weekday sleep schedule.

Feb 19, 2012

Another Reason To Love Adele

While watching the Grammys last Sunday, my sorority sisters and I swooned over how much we love Adele. She's beautiful, funny, British, and her voice gives us goosebumps. She's graced us with the perfect breakup album and songs that are actually scientifically proven to tug at our heartstrings.

Aug 15, 2011

Body Blog: Are Bad Habits Contagious?

Is obesity contagious? What about smoking and drug use? Is it possible to unconsciously pick up the bad habits and health problems of your friends? First introduced in 2007, this idea has sparked a debate among researchers and doctors that is still heating up.

Sep 16, 2010

Candy Dish: This is a great idea. Not.

• E!'s new plastic surgery competition show can't end well • 8 things that are okay in moderation • Which gorgeous actor openly admits to having a small penis? • Snooki's battle with anorexia • Can we agree to stop over-analyzing J. Simp's weight • How can I stop men from ogling me?

Jun 7, 2010

Body Blog: Am I Healthy?

We hear all of these ads and campaigns telling us to “Be fit! Stay healthy!” But, what does that really mean? Eat 5 servings of fruit and vegetables every day? Exercise 5 times a week? Do you have to be a certain weight? A certain size? Maybe not. There's no doubt eating healthy and living a healthy lifestyle are good life choices, but maybe it's time we rethink things.