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Selcer: A second opinion on being fat, happy and healthy

Recently, the Emerald ran a piece titled “Health doesn’t come in supersized portions” which offered a critique on the “Health At Every Size” (HAES) campaign. While I don’t subscribe to the HAES campaign—because I don’t believe it is radical enough—the arguments leveled against it were not unfamiliar to me as …

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Bibeau: Health doesn’t come in supersized portions

Throw away that spinach, tuck your running shoes back into the closet and cancel your gym membership because, according to the approach of the fat acceptance movement known as “Health At Every Size,” you’re only wasting your time. HAES calls for a “weight neutral” outlook toward healthcare. A weight neutral …

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Arts & Culture

Five tips to manage time and stress this term

Tips about managing time and stress might seem a little familiar, but that’s because they’re tried and true.

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News

Toys could put the 'happy' back in Happy Meals

According to a new University-sponsored study, children between the ages of 2 and 5 can be influenced to prefer healthy food choices, such as soup, mixed vegetables and milk when a toy is seen as one that is missing from their collectible set.

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