Press coverage of my work on Weight Stigma

CNBC: Studies show weight discrimination permeates the US workplace — but it’s legal in 49 states

Yes Magazine: The Fear of Fat: Our Last Acceptable Bias

Psych Central: Weight-Based Bullying of LGBTQ Teens May Be Common

The Seattle Lesbian: UConn researchers: LGBT youth vulnerable to weight-based bullying 

New Haven Register: UConn researchers: LGBT youth vulnerable to weight-based bullying

Endocrine Today: Weight stigma commonly felt by men, boys

BYU Radio: Top of the Mind with Julie Rose

United Press International: Obese men as likely as women to suffer 'weight stigma'

Monthly Prescribing Reference: About 40 Percent of Men Report Experiencing Weight Stigma

Washington Times: 40 percent of men experience weight stigma, study shows

Philadelphia Inquirer: Obese Men Suffer 'Weight Stigma,' Too

Medical Xpress: Men may experience weight stigma as much as women

Uconn Today: Men May Experience Weight Stigma as Much as Women

Stamford Advocate: Study: Men also face weight discrimination

The Street: Weight Stigma Affects Men Too, Reports The Obesity Society

Longview News Journal: Weight Stigma Affects Men Too, Reports The Obesity Society

Connecticut Post: Study: Men also face weight discrimination 

WBTV: Weight Stigma Affects Men Too, Reports The Obesity Society

New Haven Register: Pediatricians look for the best language to discuss weight with children

UConn Today: How People Cope with Weight Stigma Affects Their Health

Science Blog: How People Cope With Weight Stigma Affects Their Health

Newswise: Understanding the Health Risks Caused by Weight Bias Stigma

Medical Xpress: Many Americans blame themselves for weight stigma

Litchfield Times: UConn study: 1 in 5 adults turn weight bias inward

Refinery 29: No, You Can't Tell If A Person Is Healthy Just By Looking At Them

Your Weight Matters for Your Health (publication of the Obesity Action Coalition: Combating Weight Bias, Why we need to Take Action.

The Movement Blog: Size Matters: Is Bodyshaming Blocking Your Career Path?

Journal of Blacks in Higher Education: University of Connecticut Study Finds Racial Differences in Coping With Overweight Stigma Fat shaming — not lack of willpower — is why so many Americans struggle with their weight

Medical Express: Race and Gender Affect Response to Weight Stigma

UConn Today: Race and Gender Affect Response to Weight Stigma

UConn Today: How to Reduce Weight Stigma? Ask Those Who Know Best 

Connecticut Post: Words hurt when it comes to describing weight

New York Times: Is fat stigma making us miserable?

Press coverage of my work on Masculinity

PsyPost: Men’s beliefs about masculinity can increase their physiological stress reactivity

NPR WOSU: A Closer Look at Traditional Masculinity

Delta Sky Magazine: A proactive Approach to Men's Health

NPR Affiliate KCUR (Kansas City): Up to Date: June 22, 2017, Masculinity & Health

KUTV: Why Men Don’t Seek the Medical Help They Need It?

The Washington Post: The perils of being manly

CBS News: What "manly men" need to know about their health

BBC Brasil: Homens evitam médicos para não serem vistos como 'fracos', diz pesquisadora americana

Men's Health: The Dangerous Mistake 65% Of Men Make At the Doctor’s Office

Rutgers Today: The Tougher Men Think They Are, the Less Likely They Are to Be Honest with Doctors

Medical News Today: Men's Health Psychology / Psychiatry Preventive Medicine 'Tough guys' less likely to be honest with doctor Macho Behavior May Cause Shorter Life Spans In Men, According To Study

Science Daily: The tougher men think they are, the less likely they are to be honest with doctors

Huffington Post Canada: 'Tough' Men Are Ignoring Their Serious Health Problems, Study Finds

Woman's Day: This Is the Real Reason Women Live Longer Than Men

The Conversation: Men more reluctant to go to the doctor – and it’s putting them at risk