Think of everything you've already been through in this life. The ups and downs. The movement and the stillness. Injury and recovery. The places you'v...
We spend our lives striving to achieve the perfection we see in the media but maybe we should start taking more stock in ourselves.
Body shaming is a part of American culture, at once abhorrent and everywhere. Women are shamed for being fat, skinny, tall, short, flat chested, busty, too plain, too sexy. But lately, there seems to be a different response from women -- frustration followed by acceptance and moving on.
Every princess pees and poops several times every day, if her digestive tract is healthy. So why are we being uptight about our needs? Society and ...
When your professional title is "Skinny Girl," of course wearing your 4-year-old's pajama set is going to spark controversy. Bethenny Frankel's fortune gets bigger as she "helps" women get physically smaller.
Totally doable tips to staying slim and fit from some of our favorite healthy ladies. Which star's trick works best for you?
During her entire pregnancy, I'm pretty sure her body was present and accounted for. She was, in fact, using that body to create another human life, so how did she "get it back," and from where?
There are some deep cultural implications that we can glean from this here saggy boob or perceived saggy boob syndrome. The truth is, my boobs aren't really THAT saggy, but I think what's deceptive about their downward persuasion is that they're REAL!
Celebrity weight loss stories are called out as destructive and anti-feminist. And yet, there's something refreshing -- and, perhaps, even healthy -- about those celebrities who publicly discuss their ups and downs.
Thanks to the miracle of television, people are now talking about my ass. It's funny, because I've been talking about my ass for years, without a single enthusiastic response.
...Is it just me, or does it look like Cinderella's been making pies outta that pumpkin carriage? ...More like "Beauty and the BEEF," know what I'm saying???
New York Post columnist Andrea Peyser is mad that you're fat. And she's mad that he's fat and that she's fat, oh, and you too. If you are fat or even chubby, Andrea Peyser is mad about it.
As busy and relentless as Black Eyed Peas singer Fergie's schedule may be, she is not squeezing forty hours a week processing dental patient invoices in between her workouts.
Some of the best, most educated trainers that I know, who are Ph.Ds of exercise physiology or have their master's degree in exercise kinesiology, don't tend to train celebrities.
Recently, More editor Lesley Jane Seymour let the world in on a little secret: Fashion editors cut the size labels out of clothes on fashion shoots, as not to damage the oh-so-fragile egos of actresses.
The blogosphere is vibrating with the news of what may or may not have happened to Fergie. The Pea, not the Princess. We think we know what happened, as we've become experts on just about everything lately.