Monthly Archives: August 2016

Doctors need to be taught how to discuss their patients’ excess weight

Doctors need to be taught how to discuss their patients’ excess weight In my experience doctors aren’t the least bit shy to talk about their patient’s weight. Even if they haven’t actually weighed me, and so don’t have the slightest idea … Continue reading

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Type 2 diabetes increasingly affects the young and slim; here’s what we should do about it

Type 2 diabetes increasingly affects the young and slim; here’s what we should do about it You mean it’s not only fat people who get D2? Who would have thought it was possible – if they read the usual media sources. … Continue reading

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Come as you are to Fat Yoga

Come as you are to Fat Yoga “Mainstream yoga classes filled with lithe, athletic-looking Anglo women are leaving people with bigger frames feeling intimidated and excluded, writes Hayley Gleeson. The antidote? Fat Yoga: where the F word is used with … Continue reading

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