Superman’s transition from a patriotic paladin into a champion for left-wing causes is far more profound than his newfound queerness.
As obesity rates are highest among African-Americans and Hispanics, one would think a campaign for social justice would be a campaign against obesity.
America’s underlying pandemic is getting worse.
While the public health focus remains fixated on COVID and vaccine bickering, the underlying epidemic of obesity is the true pandemic.
Pandemic school closures have driven childhood obesity rates to nearly half of all children aged between 5 and 11 years old. Obesity makes people sicker for life.
If doctors are rationing care based on those who pledge adherence to a healthy lifestyle, only a minority of Americans would qualify.
It’s entirely reasonable to focus on a widespread condition that dramatically elevates one’s risk to COVID-19 and is entirely preventable.
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The consequences of excessive weight gain have moved from the confines of the doctor’s office and into the air as the FAA is forced to reckon with obesity.
‘We survived a global pandemic and now you’re worried about the size of your jeans? Let’s just refuse to ever be ashamed of our bodies again,’ the subtitle declares.
This is one of the country’s most powerful entertainment news outlets endorsing a celebrity’s argument that obesity should be ‘normalized.’
School administrators and COVID advisors need to ‘follow the science’ and stop discouraging students from trying to live healthy lifestyles.
Krispy Kreme announced the sweet-treat chain would be giving away free doughnuts to vaccinated individuals, oblivious to the ties between obesity and COVID.
The American public wasn’t healthy going into the coronavirus pandemic, and it’s not getting any healthier during lockdown.
Cosmopolitan Magazine is glorifying obesity again with plus-size models in a feature on body positivity in its February issue.
Just think of that: We can save nearly 2 million lives every year with these personal and collective sacrifices. In addition, we can prevent an estimated 100 million sicknesses and injuries!
Upon further examination, it seems Mike Bloomberg and Jillian Michaels share more in common than one would imagine.
A growing body of research shows inverting the food pyramid leads to favorable weight-loss results. So why do dietary guidelines continue to prescribe techniques inimical to progress?
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