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Image: Normal bone versus osteoporotic bone. (www.bonesupport.com)

BLOG | Body Positivity: Dispelling the Myths of the “Freshman 15”

Mills Body Positivity Group founder Kendall Anderson discusses why the constant talk about “Freshman 15” can lead to more harm than good.

Pop star Pink on the cover of the November 2012 issue of Shape magazine. (Shape)

HEALTH | Body Positivity: Commentary on Media’s Warped View of Weight

Mills Body Positivity Group founder Kendall Anderson explains why the media obsession with celebrity weight affects the rest of us as a whole.

One of the featured sketches from Dove's Real Beauty video. (Youtube)

HEALTH | Body Positivity: Critique on the Critique of Dove’s Real Beauty Sketches

In contrast to the widespread criticism, the Mills Body Positivity Group founder Kendall Anderson sees a silver lining behind the “Dove Real Beauty Sketches” viral video.

A box of Treat Yo Self cupcakes from the episode of Parks and Recreation, "Pawnee Rangers," in season four. (NBC)

HEALTH | Body Positivity: Treat Yo Self!

Mills Body Positivity Group founder Kendall Anderson believes everyone should follow these wise words from the popular NBC show Parks and Recreation: “Treat Yo Self!”

Model, Cara Delevingne's thigh gap is so famous, there is a Twitter dedicated to it. (@CarasThighGap)

HEALTH | Body Positivity: Bridging the “Thigh Gap”

Mills Body Positivity Group founder Kendall Anderson blogs about how people who strive to achieve a “thigh gap” would also need to undergo the same extreme and unsafe measures as they would to get a flat stomach.

(Photo by Emma Harckham)

HEALTH | Body Positivity: The Skewed Social Implications of Health

Mills Body Positivity Group founder Kendall Anderson discusses how health is personal and different for each person and should not be about weight loss.

Jessica Alba, before and after Photoshop. (Chill Out Point)

HEALTH | Body Positivity: Why Our View of Beauty is Distorted

The Mills Body Positivity Group founder Kendall Anderson deconstructs society’s distorted idea of beauty and the media’s constant use of Photoshop.

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