Meconnaissance: Who are we? Ever Do Something Just So You Can Post About It On Social Media? You're Not Alone. In largely unsurprising but all the same distressing findings from a new study, a third of Americans have done something — anything — just to post it on their social media.
So that Swarm check-in at that gallery you didn’t even want to attend? Or that Instagram pic you snapped with that creepy actor whose movies you haven’t seen? We’re on to your social mobility cache, pal. Hand over the iPhone and consider wasting your time with something you actually enjoy. National Eating Disorder Information Centre (NEDIC) Take a picture.
Choose a digital filter. Eating Disorders Statistics « « National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders. General statistics: At least 30 million people of all ages and genders suffer from an eating disorder in the U.S.
Every 62 minutes at least one person dies as a direct result from an eating disorder.Eating disorders have the highest morality rate of any mental illness.13% of women over 50 engage in eating disorder behaviors.In a large national study of college students, 3.5% sexual minority women and 2.1% of sexual minority men reported having an eating disorder.16% of transgender college students reported having an eating disorder.In a study following active duty military personnel over time, 5.5% of women and 4% of men had an eating disorder at the beginning of the study, and within just a few years of continued service, 3.3% more women and 2.6% more men developed an eating disorder.Eating disorders affect all races and ethnic groups.Genetics, environmental factors, and personality traits all combine to create risk for an eating disorder.
Anorexia Nervosa: Bulimia Nervosa: Why is women’s body image anxiety at such devastating levels? We need to talk about body image.
New findings from the 2014 British Social Attitudes survey reveal that only 63% of women aged 18-34 and 57% of women aged 35-49 are satisfied with their appearance. Designing our own identities. With the help of the internet we have never been freer to sculpt our own identities, project the self we wish to portray.
But does this freedom come at a price? The product or service at the heart of any business – whether it’s communications, manufacturing or retail – is planned, produced and promoted by a team of specialists including of course a designer. Psst! Your phone is snooping on you. What you need to know and how to stop it – video. Why older women should become the new selfie generation. Rembrandt's lessons for the selfie era: why we must learn to look again. Self-portraits have always reflected self-esteem.
It was true in the Renaissance. It was true for Rembrandt, whose late works, which include many self-portraits, go on display in the National Gallery on Thursday. Fashion gets real: how the ordinary woman became this season's muse. There is a zeitgeist which rainbows over and above fashion.
That news ticker which runs through your head – I should buy a shoe with a chunkier heel, is gingham over, how many shirt buttons to undo? – is only half the story. Robots take you on an after-dark tour of Tate Britain - video. Britain to arm Kurds fighting Isis in northern Iraq. The UK is to directly arm Kurdish forces fighting Islamic State militants in Iraq and has sent a senior military officer to advise them, prior to what may be a larger Nato-led operation in the region.
Britain has so far been a conduit for transporting non-lethal military equipment and ammunition sent by other countries, notably Albania, but has not itself sent firearms or munitions. On Wednesday, Britain delivered 10 tonnes of body armour, helmets and equipment. Albanian ammunition is needed since the Kurdish fighters have largely Russian-made hardware. Britain has been one of the last western countries to offer to arm the Kurds with similar decisions already taken by Italy, France, the US, Australia and some smaller countries.
Is it too early to buy a winter coat in August? HSBC warning over Scotland yes vote. 'Enormous challenge' to produce own Scottish currency. Tonight: The Food We Eat - Can't Cook or Won't Cook? We’re a nation obsessed with cookery shows, recipe books and celebrity chefs.
Yet it seems we're spending less time than ever doing it for real. One in five families eat convenience foods at least three times a week and a government survey showed only one in six mothers cook from scratch every day. Tonight: The Food We Eat - Superfoods: Fact or Fiction? A long list of exotic and expensive foods are credited with improving health, boosting memory and combating life threatening diseases.
Christopher Bailey Burberry Shares Sale. Richard Branson backs campaign to take children on holiday in term-time. Jeff Fromm: Millennials Are Rewriting the Future of Travel. It is no secret that the millennial generation has been making headlines as the largest and arguably the most influential demographic in the United States today. These young adults, born between 1977 and 2000, are changing traditional marketing schemas as well as the way organizations are thinking about their brands. One industry that has been and will be greatly affected by this powerhouse generation is the travel industry. Since 1914, when the first commercial flight took off from St. Petersburg-Tampa, the travel industry has driven a wave of technological innovation. Now, a whole new transformation fueled by the millennial generation will emerge. Millennial travel trends worth paying attention to: 1. When considering travel, millennials are almost twice as likely as non-millennials to book a vacation that includes outdoor adventure activities like mountain climbing, hiking, river rafting or camping.