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600 Pound Woman Overcomes Her Depression by Posing for Male Admirers for Money

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by Barry Burch Jr. Depression can lead to a lot of places.  For one mother-of-three who lost her daughter while in the process of birthing her, it led to her reaching a staggering weight of more than 600 pounds, as well as to her entering the adult entertainment world as an overtly plump pin-up girl. In the vicious cycle that is obesity, Christina Paez snacked her way to becoming bed-bound.  For years she…

United States Releases A List Of Approved Snacks To Be Sold Outside Cafeteria

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By: Madam Prezident The Obama administration is changing the school system’s cafeteria. When I was younger-I use to love purchasing school snacks. I bought  snacks such as chips, cookies, candy, and donuts. There wasn’t a strict candy eating environment in my middle school, but that’s all about to change. Obama’s healthy nutritional people are providing a list of approved snacks that children will be allowed to purchase. I believe that’s…

New “Cure” For Obesity; Device Sucks Food Out of Stomach Before Digestion

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No one can deny that obesity is a growing challenge that is threatening the health of many people and it seems that one inventor has come up with a new device to help those that have that challenge. While the device seems to “cure” obesity by reducing the amount of food that one digests, it does seem to have ruffled a few feathers. Many experts in the field of health…

Ohio Grants Clemency to Man Who was Too Obese for Prison

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Ronald Post has ballooned to 450 pounds since his incarceration 30 years ago.  The courts were wondering if his obesity was enough reason to consider him for clemency, and that issue was being considered by Governor John Kasich.  But the issue was skirted when Kasich decided that there were too many problems with Post’s representation 30 years ago.  As a result, he’s had his sentence commuted. The inmate had also…

Overweight Anchor Speaks Out on National Television

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Jennifer Livingston, a news anchor in La Crosse, Wisconsin, got an email from someone who was attacking her for her weight.  But she got the best of the bully, by responding on air to what the man said to her.  She received an email with the subject line “Community Responsibility,” with the person stating the following: “Surely you don’t consider yourself a suitable example for this community’s young people, girls in particular,”…