“I think eating disorders are often about perfection, an unrealistic idea of how we should look.”
Kendall Jenner and Khloé Kardashian's comments about their sister Kim's weight loss have been accused of glorifying eating disorders.
After a candid before-and-after post on Instagram, the 16-year-old model received support from, among others, Heather Locklear's daughter Ava Sambora.
When I was in secondary 3, my desire to become thin grew into an obsession after realising that the weight loss tips I acquired online were working on me.
With Election Day on November 8th (tomorrow!), one Pretty Little Liars star felt the need to speak up about who she is.
A new study conducted by the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine found that people who spend more time on sites and apps like Instagram, Snapchat, and Facebook are more likely to struggle with body image issues, and even suffer from eating disorders. 1,765 American adults, ages 19 through 32, participated. Depending on how much time the study’s participants spent scrolling through social media, they were 2.2 - 2.6 times more likely to report concerns regarding their eating habits and body image than those who rarely logged on. There’s also a chicken/egg proponent: The study was unable to determine which comes first, having bad body vibes or obsessing over social media.
The unfortunately named British megastore B&M has found itself in the cr*pper after one of its products went viral for all the wrong reasons.
Actress Celia Imrie has said that sufferers of anorexia are ‘self-absorbed’. The 'Calendar Girls’ and 'Bridget Jones’s Diary’ star, who was herself anorexic as a teenager, made the comments in an interview with the magazine Psychologies. “If I met a younger person with anorexia, I would shake them,” she said.