A subtle form of peer pressure has convinced many, consciously or otherwise, that it’s acceptable to be significantly heavier than the “normal” weight ranges listed on a body mass index or doctor’s height-weight chart.
A subtle form of peer pressure has convinced many, consciously or otherwise, that it’s acceptable to be significantly heavier than the “normal” weight ranges listed on a body mass index or doctor’s height-weight chart. PAUL ROGERS New York Times
A subtle form of peer pressure has convinced many, consciously or otherwise, that it’s acceptable to be significantly heavier than the “normal” weight ranges listed on a body mass index or doctor’s height-weight chart. PAUL ROGERS New York Times

Fat acceptance comes with a price

March 05, 2018 04:47 PM