TEDx TEDMED 2013: Is the Obesity Crisis Hiding a Bigger Problem? By Peter Attia Dr. Attia’s perspective on obesity changed when he started to question his own anti-fat bias and assumptions. He now asks, and researches the answer to the question, “Is obesity the cause of insulin resistance or is it a symptom of a deeper problem?”
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academic-medicine-logo Are medical students aware of their anti-obesity bias? Medical students have a significant implicit anti-fat bias and two-thirds of those with this bias are unaware it exists. How might this impact the care they, and others in the healthcare community, deliver?
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NPR The Weight of a Med Student’s Subconscious Bias by Joe Palica Medical students have a significant implicit anti-fat bias and two-thirds of those with this bias are unaware it exists. How might this impact the care they, and others in the healthcare community, deliver?
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YouTube Story Time – What’s it Like Being So Fat? Synopsis: People ask me questions related to my size all of the time. So I thought I could answer them here in this story time video, talking about my personal experiences of a lifetime struggling with obesity.
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