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Strategic Training Initiative for the Prevention of Eating Disorders based at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and Boston Children's Hospital
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STRIPED Jul 17
Instagram's anti-bullying AI asks users: 'Are you sure you want to post this?'
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STRIPED Jul 17
Instagram hides number of 'likes' from users in Australian trial
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STRIPED Jul 17
Thank you for getting the word out about our latest study on the harm caused by weight-loss & muscle-building . We need more action by government leaders to protect children & all consumers from these snake oil products.
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HarvardPublicHealth Jul 17
A new study is raising concerns about dietary supplements commonly used by teens and young adults.
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Rudd Center Jul 16
Discrimination against overweight people, particularly women is as common as racial discrimination, according to previous Rudd research. Yet, federal laws do not protect against discrimination based on weight.
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STRIPED Jul 16
Cutting edge by doc student Tricia Rodriguez, bringing together & fields w/ superb mentorship by & funded by . at its best!
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Academy for E.D. Jul 15
Social media to ban ED glorifying posts - Facebook and Instagram crack down on anorexia posts in effort to combat eating disorders' | via
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Model Alliance Jul 14
In 2015, Epstein accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre claimed in court documents that Jean Luc Brunel helped supply Epstein with underage girls from around the world by recruiting them as models through the agency MC2.
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STRIPED Jul 13
What do & all have in common? They bring scientists & clinicians together w/ advocates & policymakers to improve lives. Join us & become a citizen scientist w/impact!
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STRIPED Jul 13
Exactly right question to ask & we wondered too, so we did 3-year legal study () to find answer for US legal context. Nutshell answer? 1st Amendment. Our solution will pass Constitutional muster, penalties will not:
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HarvardPublicHealth Jul 13
Researchers from have teamed up with Massachusetts legislators on a bill that would give businesses financial incentives to not digitally erase wrinkles, or alter the skin color or size of their models.
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Academy for E.D. Jul 13
Addressing weight stigma: a timely call
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W. Scott Butsch, MD MSc Jul 12
Finally...a second State (MI is 1st) passes what should be a federal law! Make weight discrimination unlawful in your State! MA has tried 3 times! Congratulations to all of those involved! Let’s continue to push this
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STRIPED Jul 13
Important step forward for for protecting rights of people living in larger bodies. Washington State Supreme Court just ruled wgt-based job discrimination illegal.
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David A. Sbarra Jul 11
After 10 years (!) as director of our graduate program in clinical psychology I've gone back to being a "regular" professor. I had a long list of tips I used to pass along to students for having a successful run in graduate school; here are a few of the favorites... /1
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F.E.A.S.T. Jul 11
Congresswomen Introduce Nutrition CARE Act 1st Legislation to Improve Access to Care for and Persons with on
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Ariel Beccia (she/hers) Jul 12
really helpful thread on being a more efficient academic writer ... I'm definitely stuck in the "perfect sentence vortex" 😩
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Academy for E.D. Jul 11
New blog post from AED President Bryn Austin:
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STRIPED Jul 12
: Check out new webinar training from "Improving Care for Adolescent Girls: The Importance of Addressing Weight Bias" & get too!
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STRIPED Jul 11
Fat and All That: Activist Jameela Jamil Is Coming for Designers
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