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Trying to Reverse Women?s Obsession with Thin

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Post Trying to Reverse Women?s Obsession with Thin

(Psych Central News) A new UK research study suggests what many already believe: that media and marketing images of thin and super-thin women has led to an unhealthy obsession among women for thinness. Researchers believe the use of models of normal weight and appearance, including*more plus-size models in media advertisements, can help girls and women develop a healthier [...]

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