As the saying goes, pictures speak louder than words—and this “How the Sun Sees You” video speaks volumes. Dermatologists have been warning us for years that unprotected sun exposure causes premature aging and skin cancer. According to the Skin Cancer Foundation, more than 5.4 million skin cancers in 3.3 million people are diagnosed annually in […]
This goes without saying, but the internet is a vicious place—especially for celebrities. It seems that with every image posted, celebrities are criticized without mercy, particularly when it comes to their looks. Sadly, the latest victim of this type of online bullying is none other than Victoria’s Secret model Candice Swanepoel, who just gave birth to her second child earlier this month. You May Also Like: What Victoria's Secret Models REALLY EatAfter a series of paparazzi photos showing off Swanepoel's postpartum body ...
"We need to respect women more than this," the star of "The Good Place" tweeted after a magazine body-shamed stars like Lea Michele and Mariah Carey.
Hip dips, the slight indent below the hip bone and before the thigh begins, makes a lot of people self-conscious — but the body part is totally natural.
When you check your skin for suspicious moles, you probably look at your arms, chest, stomach, back, and legs. But those aren't the only places melanoma can show up.
The "Girls" creator posed in only body paint for her photographer mom, Laurie Simmons, who has a new show at a New York gallery.
This month on Medium, Roxane Gay—acclaimed author of [*Hunger*](https://www.vogue.com/article/roxane-gay-interview-hunger-memoir), freshly appointed Guggenheim fellow, and Twitter slayer extraordinaire—is assembling perfect truths about one of the world’s last great mysteries: the human body.
The mom defended the daily weigh-ins as a way to be "in control" of potential bullying over weight, but viewers slammed the practice as "dangerous" and "shocking."
This Indiana woman is going viral for her 'petty' response to a customer's rude remark about her body during a trip to the bakery.
Twitter commenters were outraged when Shelby Johnson shared body-comments like "your gut might stick out more than mine."
The model and actress is fully clothed in her latest Instagram, but some fans have shifted their attention to her exposed navel.
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"Modern Family" actress Sarah Hyland, who has talked in the past about the health issues that influence her weight, called out those accusing her of setting an "unhealthy" example.
Everyone loved the powerful ad. The only problem is, people were confused about who the commercial was for. Many took to Twitter to mistakenly give Dove the credit for ... a Twitter ad.
Jenner took to Snapchat and Instagram Stories to show off her post-baby body. According to critics on social media, her flat and toned stomach seems too good to be true.
The new mother celebrated Stormi Webster's one-month milestone by showing off her flat stomach on social media. But some critics say Jenner is creating more unrealistic expectations.