Happenings – Detroit Lakes Online

Fish Hatchery Tour: The staff of the Becker County Museum is hosting a guided tour of the fish hatchery at Dunton Locks, operated by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Tour participants will meet at the museum (714 Summit Ave.) before heading out to the fish hatchery for the afternoon.… Read More

How Irish teenagers were viewed in the past: ‘give the kids a chance’ – The Irish Times

Even before the word teenager was in common usage, instructions on how to understand and manage adolescents proved a topic of interest to many Irish readers. In 1931 one Irish Times health correspondent discussed a letter from a “heartbroken” mother, whose 15- and 16-year-old sons were smoking. “Sore throats, weak hearts and trembling hands are… Read More

Fremont County Easter egg hunts set for Saturday – Canon City Daily Record

Canon City News Posted:   04/18/2019 07:33:31 AM MDT Children take part in the ‘do the hopstacle course’ during the annual Easter Eggstravaganza event Saturday at Rouse Park. Children when on a hunt for Easter eggs, played in the bounce houses, colored an egg and won prizes. The event was hosted by the Cañon City… Read More

Caroline Criado Perez: How sports science is failing women – The Telegraph

Science’s failure to understand how women’s bodies react to exercise differently to men’s poses serious health risks, writes author of best seller Invisible Women, Caroline Criado -Perez Every morning, without fail, I wake up to the same two words on the BBC World Service bulletins. They come at just past the hour and just past the… Read More

Naturally slim writer rages at the thoughtless cruelty she encounters every day for being so THIN – Daily Mail

When I worked in an office I dreaded meals out with colleagues. We got on well but if I didn’t finish everything on my plate, comments were made such as, ‘you barely touched that’. The suggestion being I should have eaten more. This was never done with malice, more benign concern. But I was a… Read More

West Island Community Calendar for the week of April 24 – Montreal Gazette

Galleries and exhibitions Galerie Plus, 448 Main Rd. in Hudson, presents the exhibition Cityscapes by Heather Dubreuil. Continues until May 5. Call 450-458-1319. Galerie de la ville, 12001 de Salaberry Blvd. in Dollard-des-Ormeaux, presents a call-for-entry exhibition exploring “the doll” and “the doll house” as significant personal or artistic objects, or as important social themes… Read More

‘90 Day Fiancé’ Star Molly Hopkins on Dating, Weight Loss, Livi Rae Lingerie and Life Without Ex-Husband Luis Mendez – Newsweek

90 Day Fiancé star Molly Hopkins is doing just fine since ex-husband Luis Mendez left her and remarried five months later. In fact, the lingerie mogul is dating, focusing on her weight loss journey and raising her two daughters, Olivia and Kensley. Even more exciting, Molly’s latest happenings can be seen in 90 Day Fiancé:… Read More

Twitter’s Jack Dorsey says he skips meals on Saturdays — dietitians call it billionaire baloney – MarketWatch

Jack Dorsey doesn’t eat much. And he wants you to know about it. The CEO and co-founder of Twitter TWTR, +0.99%  and Square SQ, -1.18% discussed his eating habits during a recent appearance on a podcast hosted by fitness entrepreneur Ben Greenfield. Dorsey described his experiences trying different diets — including strict veganism and the… Read More

Fat-shaming celebrities makes women more critical of their own bodies: study – Global News

According to a new study at McGill University, psychologists have determined that instances of celebrity fat-shaming are “associated with an increase in women’s implicit negative weight-related attitudes.” In essence, seeing female celebrities shamed for their weight in popular media reinforces a long-held belief that “thin” is good and “fat” is bad. Researchers compared 20 instances… Read More