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Does Fitness Protect Against Obesity-Related Cardiometabolic Risk?
The American Diabetes Association, Chicago, Ill, June 23, 2007 Steven N. Blair - The Cooper Institute - Department of Exercise Science University of South Carolina, speaking on metabolically normal obese individuals. Includes a Power Point. Listen . . .
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Fatcast
Hey, welcome to Fatcast! This podcast captures a series of informal conversations on body politics between Lesley Kinzel (of fatshionista.com) and Marianne Kirby (of therotund.com). Listen . . .
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Project Body Talk
Body image has become a hot-button topic in contemporary America. For women—and, increasingly, for men—there’s intense pressure to look a certain way: the unattainable thin ideal for women, and the unattainable buff ideal for men. Never before has so much time, energy, and money . . .
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