BMI: The Mismeasure of Weight and the Mistreatment of Obesity

DISCLAIMER: The republication of this article, originally published by KHN, by the curator of ‘Curious About Behaviour’ is not an endorsement of the opinions expressed by the contributor(s). Julie Appleby, Kaiser Health News October 12, 2022 People who seek medical treatment for obesity or an eating disorder do so with the hope their health planContinue reading “BMI: The Mismeasure of Weight and the Mistreatment of Obesity”

How is obesity associated with happiness? Evidence from China

Abstract Yiwei Liu, Ling Xu, Aaron Hagedorn First Published October 11, 2020  Research Articlehttps://doi.org/10.1177/1359105320962268 Liu Y, Xu L, Hagedorn A. How is obesity associated with happiness? Evidence from China. Journal of Health Psychology. October 2020. doi:10.1177/1359105320962268rticle information  Abstract Happiness is a universal goal that people pursue. Studies of the relationship between obesity and happiness have shown mixed findings. ItContinue reading “How is obesity associated with happiness? Evidence from China”