"She was told that her body, because it's built more curvy than others is 'too inappropriate' for children to be around."
You might only think of Walmart as a place you can stock up on groceries and makeup without spending your entire paycheck, but there are a whole lot of other goodies tucked away on those shelves. Here are 25 items you'll want to add to your cart immediately. From Redbook
Instagram appears to have taken down a photo of a plus-size woman in a tank top, with the message that it was removed for violating guidelines from body positive account PlusBabyGirl, which celebrates women of all sizes.
Claudia Sierra had a lot of work done so she could look more like a woman she admires. The result will be unveiled on TV later.
An Ontario mother of three young boys with autism is appealing to the public to help find discontinued sippy cups for her eldest son.
Put the water filter down for a sec and listen up. While putting in the extra effort to purify your water is great, it’s time you paid attention to the bigger culprit here — your water bottle. BPA: if you’ve heard of it, you know that these three little letters can do a lot of damage.
You’ve probably heard at some point that Americans aren’t getting enough vitamin D, the so-called sunshine vitamin that helps promote healthy bones. Unfortunately, new research has found that a significant number of people are taking daily vitamin D supplements above the recommended levels, and some are even taking them at levels that could pose a danger to their health. Vitamin D is important for bone health, but can cause abnormally high levels of calcium in the blood, soft tissue, or blood vessels if taken above the upper limit of 4,000 IU a day.
In 2014, after Sal Paradiso's weight continued to climb towards 700 pounds, he realized he needed to make a major change to save his life. This is the story of his weight-loss journey.
Steve Bannon offered an odd explanation as to why press briefings had been moved off-camera: "Sean [Spicer] got fatter." Body-image experts weigh in.