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Fat shaming — not lack of willpower — is why so many Americans ...

Fat shaming — not lack of willpower — is why so many Americans ... Fat shaming – the process of insulting, bullying or stigmatizing a person for their weight — is an American pastime. "[Weight stigma] remains a socially 

Black children and teens exposed to many more fast food ads than ...

Black children and teens exposed to many more fast food ads than ... Black children of all ages see more junk food advertising than their white peers, a new study has found, raising concerns that food manufacturers may be setting 

Black Children Exposed to Most Junk Food Advertising: Study

Black Children Exposed to Most Junk Food Advertising: Study A new report suggests that certain industries may actually be targeting our kids through the networks we watch most.

Study: Black children exposed to more junk food than whites ...

There are few demographic groups in the U.S. that don't struggle with obesity. But the disease takes a particularly dramatic toll on African-American communities 

Junk Food Ads Target Black Children, New Study Shows

Junk Food Ads Target Black Children, New Study Shows Black and Latino children are more than twice as likely as white children to be exposed to junk food ads, according to a new study by the University of Connecticut's Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity. Study authors believe that there may be a

Lawyer Who Rigged Fake Match.com Profile as Female Attorney Is ...

 

A lawyer who set up a fake Match.com account in the name of a real-life female attorney in the same Illinois town has drawn the ire of the state’s disciplinary commission.

Drew Quitschau, formerly a partner at Thomson & Weintraub in Bloomington, Illinois, created the fake profile using pictures of another Bloomington attorney, who he said on the dating site profile liked NASCAR, smoked and was separated from her husband, according to a complaint filed by the Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission. Quitschau used the firm’s computers to create the profile, behavior that was discovered after the firm initiated an internal investigation, the complaint alleges.

The Aug. 4 complaint does not identify the woman attorney, but the Bloomington newspaper The Pantagraph reported in March that attorney Michelle Mosby-Scott, who was married, had sought a no-contact order against Quitschau in connection with her lawsuit against him over the Match.com account and other accounts he set up in her name.