Body Image Research Lab - Media

Dr. Russell-Mayhew in the media

*A select sample of media interviews (print, radio and TV) (from 50+) includes:

How weight bias is harming us all (2019) The Conversation

What happens to weight bias when obesity is labeled a disease? (2018) Weighty Matters: Guest Post

Weight bias: Another Lens on Obesity (2017)

Mandatory Wellness Course a Good Idea for all Faculties (2017) The Gauntlet

Rio 2016: Fashion Calgary apologizes for Caster Semenya, Margaret Wambui tweet (print and TV: August 2016) Global News

All Bodies Matter: How body shaming makes America less healthy. (May 2016). Deseret News National Edition

Werklund Researcher Gives Public Talk on Weight Bias. (January 2016)

Academics: Body Shaming Health Minister (or anyone else) is Unacceptable (June 2015) Calgary Herald

CBC Television (2015). Weight Bias Summit. LIVE to tape

QR 770 Radio (2015). Weight Bias. LIVE to tape

Controversial Skinny Jeans for Tots Flying Off Shelves. The Star (2012). 

A Healthy Body Image. Today’s Parent Magazine (2009).

Graduate Students in the media

Bathroom Scale Smashing Event at Calgary City Hall to Kick Off Eating Disorder Awareness Week - Angela Grace

Marketing to Children - Jewel Loewen

Helpful or Harmful - Emily Williams

Quick Chat: Academic Research and International Attitudes - Angela Alberta & Sarah Nutter