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Good News to Everyone ... Except SNA

I’ve received great feedback on my last couple blogs (thank you to everyone who shared them!) The person whose opinion I value most, however, told me, “Your recent posts have been a little negative. 885 more words

Obesity In The News

Food Fight! Why We Struggle With Healthy Choices

There must be something wrong with the majority of Americans who don’t meet the recommended levels of daily physical activity, calorie limits, and fruit and vegetable consumption .

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Education

You know what's fattening? News about the Obesity Crisis.

I wonder how many times studies will need to come out and people will need to talk about the damage caused by panic mongering over the obesity crisis before the media stops covering it.  421 more words

Building Bridges: Interview with Rebecca Puhl (Part 2)

by Dr. Jenny Copeland, PsyD

From the ASDAH Blog Committee: Last month, the Health At Every Size® Blog initiated a series of “Building Bridges” interviews which will explore the impact and influence on the Health At Every Size model of work being done by professionals who are not HAES®-identified. 2,039 more words

Health At Every Size

Building Bridges: Interview with Rebecca Puhl (Part 1)

by Jenny Copeland, PsyD

From the ASDAH Blog Committee: The Health At Every Size® Blog is stepping outside of our HAES® files “comfort zone” this week to present the first in a series of interviews which will explore the impact and influence on the Health At Every Size model of work being done by professionals who are not HAES-identified. 2,262 more words

Health At Every Size

Food ads and a teenager's (YOUR) brain

Have you ever watched an hour or two of TV as a study break, and suddenly decided that you HAD to eat something, even if you weren’t hungry or planning on eating?   64 more words

Newscenery

TV Advertising preys on kids. Fight the good fight: start by being aware!

Molly Mallette offers proof of what parents are up against from television if they want to feed their families healthy.  There are ways to stand up to food advertising’s unhealthy messages.  811 more words