Obesity Of Teenagers
What do you think of PLUS SIZE MODELING?
No offense but I think that sometimes plus size modeling promotes overweight & obesity. Because if overweight teenagers or women see these models, they would probably think that to be overweight could be “glamourous” and well accept. And perhaps they wouldn’t be interested in lose weight.
But in the other hand, I think that being very overweight could be very hard and these women when see these models, would be proud of who they are and forget they have being bullied for being “fat”.
WHAT DO YOU THINK OF PLUS SIZE MODELING? AND WHAT DO YOU THINK OF ASHLEY GRAHAM?
P.S. Ashley Graham is a plus size model that works for the prestigious Ford agency in New York
I think its sick that there is plus sized modeling and the high fashion to skinny modeling
why cant models just be healthy
i think plus sized modeling is great if the girls are not overweight, and the same goings with high fashion…if the girls are skinny yet healthy
Dr. Ortiz – Teenagers and Lap Band
| || |
Fat No More: A Teenager’s Victory over Obesity
“My life was a circus and a comedy show by the age of three months: I was already the size of a one-year-old! I was hairy with big cheeks, big legs, feet akin to tamales and hands like an over-stuffed pita bread,” writes twenty-year-old Alberto Hidalgo-Robert in this fascinating memoir about his lifelong struggle with obesity. The first grandchild born into his family in El Salvador, Alberto is s…
| || |
Motivational Interviewing with Adolescents and Young Adults (Applications of Motivational Interviewing)
This pragmatic guide spells out how to use motivational interviewing (MI) to have productive conversations about behavior change with adolescents and young adults in any clinical context. Filled with vivid examples, sample dialogues, and “dos and don’ts,” the book shows how conducting MI from a developmentally informed standpoint can help practitioners quickly build rapport with young patients, e…
| || |
Obesity in Childhood and Adolescence (2 Volumes, Biological, and Social Issues)
Obesity has become the number one health threat to Americans, but the incidence is most tragic for our children and teenagers. Nearly 1 in every 7 boys and girls is obese and far more are overweight. Most developed countries including the United Kingdom and Canada are seeing similar rates. In these volumes, a cross-disciplinary team of experts presents what we know and are learning about the cause…