When Kelly Howland was shopping at Target with her "obviously fresh" newborn, a stranger approached. The woman began chatting about how cute her little one is and asking how old she is.
Image Source: Popsugar Photography / Sheila Gim On the first warm-weather day of Spring, I went to work in a sundress for the first time since last year. As I sat at my desk, I looked down at my previously pants-covered legs and was horrified.
If you're overweight but eat a good diet and exercise often, you're probably healthy. But new research finds that being overweight or obese can affect your future health.
Liz Black is a plus-size, body-positive fashion writer, who struggled with accepting her body for years. She now says that her own body — not someone else's — is her #bodygoals.
If you follow the British version of The X Factor, you already know who Stacey Solomon is. Soloman won third place in The X Factor in 2010, and has since continued performing and appeared on the talk show Loose Women. SHOUT OUT TO EVERYONE ON HOLIDAY WORRYING ABOUT HOW THEY LOOK! You're all perfectly imperfect and unique and beautiful.
At 21, Sophie Turner hasn’t been in Hollywood for long, but she’s already learned some of the pitfalls of her industry. For a cover story in Porter magazine, the "Game of Thrones" star opened up about being asked to lose weight for a role.
We are far into bathing suit season and cellulite seems to be on the mind of many CB readers. One reader reached out wondering how to decipher between the different cellulite treatments on the market—she’s tried creams and massages, and now she’s ready for something a little more serious. But with so many treatments available […]
Like Khloe Kardashian, La La Anthony is sporting a post-breakup "revenge" body and has been showing off her stunning curves on Instagram. But is it healthy?
A new study shows that people tend to look at the different parts of the body, depending on whether they're interested in romance or friendship.
All of the studies selected found that artificial or nonnutritive (zero calorie) sweeteners had negative impacts on the metabolism, gut bacteria, and appetite of the subjects.
Instagram vs real life 💁🏼🌿 If I saw the photo on the left a year ago I would've instantly thought so negatively about my body, that all my hard work from working out was non existent, that if someone looked at me they would've never thought I've been working out for 2 years and think I wasn't trying hard enough. But the thing is is that all bodies look different.
Just like how the skin on our face becomes loose and saggy from a loss of elasticity and collagen, the skin on our legs does the same, and the knees are no exception. “The knees take on a lot of stress because they are a weight-bearing area and they have to bend, so the skin is constantly stretching,” says Sugar Land, TX, plastic surgeon Ankur Mehta, MD. “This, along with aging, sun exposure and volume loss, can lead to loose skin around the knees.” Sagginess can also be attributed ...
This feels like the way an insecure teenager might self-evaluate in the midst of a middle school growth spurt, but it didn’t start for me until I was about 23 — around the time the internet started telling me I was supposed to love my body. All of the pressure I’d put upon myself to love my body had finally had an impact: It made me loathe it.
If you’re all about #gains, chances are you’re hitting the gym and targeting the muscle groups you’re looking to grow. But a new study suggests that physical strength might stem as much from exercising your nervous system as the muscles it controls.
If you can’t fit into the same pair of jeans you wore on your first date with your partner, there’s a legitimate reason why: Love makes you gain weight.
Actress Tara Reid is just one example from the former category, and she's out to address that bullying head-on with her new thriller, Worthless. Earlier this week, Reid told E! News, "In my life, I've had a lot of bullying, and I know what that feels like and how much it hurt... What people don't realize is that there's so many kinds of bullying: social media bullying, cyber bullying, physical bullying, mental bullying. Bullying, body-shaming, and other forms of harassment are never okay, and they're always hurtful — even to someone famous like Reid, who probably also gets her fair share of "you're cool!" comments on social media.
Emily Ratajkowski continually inspires us with her efforts to embrace her sexuality and maintain a strong, feminist voice. It’s 2017, so it’s…