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Mental Health/Psychology
“BMI and psychological distress in 68, 000 Swedish adults: a weak association when controlling for an age-gender combination”, Brandheim, S., Rantakeisu, U., Starrin, B.
(2013) - BMC Public Health, 13:68   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-13-68 Background Study results concerning associations between body mass index (BMI) and psychological distress are conflicting. The purpose of this study was to describe the shape of the association between BMI and psyc . . .

“Health At Every Size®: Psychosocial Outcomes of a Tailored Exercise Program for Larger Women”, Watkins, Patti Lou., Ebbeck, Vicki., Levy, Susan. and Concepcion, Rebecca
 February 11, 2010 - Source:  Paper presented at The Association for Women in Psychology (AWP) Annual Conference. This study evaluated Feel Wonderfull Fitness (FWF), an exercise program tailored for larger women. Participants were 51 women, 13 in FWF and 19 in low-phys . . .

“Shared Risk Factors for Youth Obesity and Disordered Eating”, APA Public Interest Government Relations Office
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