Admitting herself to a 30-day program.
Linguistically and medically, this is awful.
Stand by your man, but what if he's anorexic?
That is, something bad for you that Cat Marnell is reclaiming.
"What led us to establish that thin is beautiful and that thinness is the aesthetic code we should follow?"
The doctor who founded the Red Light, Green Light, Eat Right "nutritional program" defends herself.
Namely, the doctor who developed the "Red Light, Green Light, Eat Right" diet that Weiss used on her daughter for Vogue.
Her book — a memoir — will be called The Heavy.
The company changed its acceptable use policy, effective April 6.
Writer Dara-Lynn Weiss made her daughter lose sixteen pounds for Vogue's "Shape" issue.
These guidelines come out every year, but how much of a difference are they really making in addressing models' eating disorders?
A writer goes on the Miracle Cleanse and decides it's a training camp for anorexics.
What are the ramifications of fro-yo delivery?
Stephanie Naumoska is five eleven and weighs 105 pounds.
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There's more where that came from in former 'Mademoiselle' editor Valerie Frankel's new book.
Banana bags are IVs full of vitamins that enable people to eat less while getting nutrients.
The Associated Press thinks so. We're still not sure.