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17 August 2011

Women harbour a fat-stigma

Women harbour a fat-stigma, even though their family and closest friends may not judge them as "fat", according to findings by Arizona State University social scientists.

Women harbour a fat-stigma, even though their family and closest friends may not judge them as "fat", according to findings by Arizona State University social scientists.

"Women were a bit more attuned to the views of close friends and family, but even then, they generally perceived the judgments of others inaccurately."

 
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