Images of fit, toned bodies on social media claim to provide fitness inspiration, but millions of photos tagged #fitspo could be having the opposite effect. A […]
Grab a camera and post a kiss for Nemo, with the hashtag #fishkiss4Nemo.
Under more pressure than ever to train harder, perform better and to look amazing while they do it, all in the full glare of social media. That’s the reality of women in sport.
Fitspiration is a rising global movement within social media that encourages weight loss, healthy eating and exercise through inspirational fitness images and slogans.
Teenage girls are shying away from sports in high school because social media is making them self-conscious about their bodies, Flinders University research shows.
A short course that aims to help young people to respond to the pressures of social media and to avoid online dangers is showing itself to be effective in changing attitudes.
There’s no such thing as a healthy glow, yet many young women still believe brown is best.
The rest of the world’s response to the rolling wave of “people’s revolutions” across North Africa and the Middle East will be the focus of a public discussion at Flinders University on March 3.