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Snooki Anorexic? “Hysterical,” Says The Star

“Jersey Shore” star and new mother “Snooki” Nicole Polizzi says that her toned, post-baby body is the result of working her you-know-what off at the gym — not an eating disorder. A recent report in Star magazine alleged that Snooki’s dramatic weight loss of 42 pounds may have happened because of anorexia. Claims that she …

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Snooki: ‘I’m Not Too Skinny, I’m Healthy’

Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi is firing back at critics who say she’s lost too much weight. The reality star recently told In Touch magazine, “People are jerks. I don’t look emaciated – I look healthy!” This isn’t the first time Snooki has had to defend her post-baby weight loss of 42 pounds. Earlier this year, she …

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Son Of Former Red Sox Pitcher Speaks Of Anorexia Struggles

It’s not often that stories of male athletes with eating disorders are publicly shared, especially when these athletes are in the public eye. But Gehrig Schilling, son of former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling, is speaking openly about hia battle with anorexia – which started when he was in middle school. He weighed a …

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‘The Blonde Vegan’ Talks Orthorexia And Quitting Her Restrictive Diet

Veganism tends to get a bad rap, perhaps because it’s a diet based on the idea of restricting entire food groups. But for Jordan Younger, author of popular blog “The Blonde Vegan,” veganism covered up something much more dangerous for many years: an eating disorder she didn’t realize she had. Orthorexia, while not officially recognized …

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Tina Fey Promotes Positive Body Image For Daughters

After losing 30 pounds in the late ’90s, comedian and actress Tina Fey rose to the top of the fame ladder with the highly successful show “30 Rock.” But today Fey says that maintaining a certain body ideal is the last thing on her mind – and she’s careful about promoting healthy standards for her …

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Virginia Woolf Suffered From Anorexia, Niece Says

Literary legend Virginia Woolf may have suffered from an eating disorder, according to her niece, Emma. In an article on the Daily Mail this week, Emma Woolf claims that a photo she stumbled upon of her great-aunt and T.S. Eliot depicts something that evoked a “painful moment” of recognition. “The image of Virginia is of …

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Kendall Jenner Talks Body Image And Being ‘Too Skinny’

As part of the Kardashian clan, Kendall Jenner is no stranger to the spotlight. The 17-year-old younger sister of Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian is stepping out on her own with a blossoming modeling career, but she’s already feeling the pressure from fans and media to meet impossible standards about beauty and body image. “I’m …

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What Does Lea Michele’s Grief Have To Do With Her Body?

After Glee actress Lea Michele lost her fiance Cory Monteith to a drug overdose in July, the star has been closely watched by the media and the public. But it’s possible some people are paying a little bit too much attention to Michele, which is exemplified by a recent article run by the The Daily …

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When Models Are Photoshopped Beyond Recognition

A new video of a beautiful woman in a bikini is making rounds on the Internet – but not for the reason you might think. A 37-second time-lapse video from GlobalDemocracy.com shows an average-looking blonde model being transformed by Photoshop – right before your eyes. And while the “retouching” phenomenon might seem like old news, …

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