FitTrack Campaign Connects Body Positivity With Health Benefits

The past couple of years have been a boon for body positivity, with the likes of Lizzo, Tess Holliday and Jameela Jamil giving confidence to people of all body types. Health management tech company FitTrack shows that having an affirmative body attitude can also be synonymous with good health. Instead of promoting crash diets and…

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Bumble’s algorithm will now report you for body-shaming

Bumble has stepped up its efforts to provide a safe dating space for users by banning body-shaming on the app. The app will use an algorithm to flag derogatory comments about someone’s appearance. “This includes language that can be deemed fat-phobic, ableist, racist, colorist, homophobic or transphobic,” the company said in a statement. Human moderators will then review the offending account. People who’ve use the language in their profile or on Bumble’s chat function will first receive a warning for their behavior. Repeated incidents or particularly harmful comments will result in a permanent ban. If the derogatory language has slipped through… This story continues at The Next Web

YouTube Forms Health Partnerships Team

YouTube formed a new health partnerships team to address the evolving digital health needs of consumers and continue connecting people with credible health information. The team is being led by new director and global head of healthcare and public health partnerships Garth Graham, who joined the Google-owned video site from CVS Health, where he served…

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