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27th November 2018OffByRiseNews

A leading mental health body funny Warning Labels called for warning symbols to accompany airbrushed pictures of models and celebrities to help combat eating disorders. The Royal College of Psychiatrists said a kite mark on digitally enhanced photographs would raise awareness of how often such manipulation takes place and help stop people trying to achieve ‘unattainable physical perfection’.

The college urged the next Government to set up a forum, made up of politicians, experts, and representatives from the media and advertising, for the development of an editorial ethical code. Consultant psychiatrist Dr Adrienne Key, of the college’s eating disorders section, said the media must be stopped from ‘glamorising’ excessive weight-loss and adding to the psychological and social pressures faced by young people. She said: ‘What we need to do is raise people’s awareness of what they are looking at. A lot of people have no idea how much manipulation goes on. She said there was mounting evidence to show the role of the media in the development of eating disorders, particularly in adolescents and young people.

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And she added: ‘The aims of the forum should be to collaboratively develop an ethical editorial code that realistically addresses the damaging portrayal of eating disorders, raises awareness of unrealistic visual imagery created through airbrushing and digital enhancement, and also addresses the skewed and erroneous content of magazines. In its ‘Call for Action’ the college also called for mass media ‘role models’ with diverse weights, shapes and ages, and a ban on the use of underweight models. It urged the media to stop publishing ‘body critical’ articles targeting celebrities for being overweight, underweight or physically imperfect. Susan Ringwood, chief executive of beat, a charity combating eating disorders, said: ‘We welcome this call to action from the Royal College of Psychiatrists.

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The media is a powerful influence and we know how vulnerable some people at risk of eating disorders can be to its visual images in particular. We know there is more that can be done to make that influence a positive one, and adopting the recommendations of the college’s statement would be an important step. The comments below have been moderated in advance. We are no longer accepting comments on this article. Intimidated by the thought of taming your garden for summer? Rochelle Humes powers through London Marathon as she completes her first 26. Gordon Ramsay’s twins Jack and Holly, 18, complete first London Marathon as he celebrates impressive 4.

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But can we keep our blindfolds on? Their service hotline must be flooded with satisfied customers. Why Did I Get This Ad? Woman’s Day participates in various affiliate marketing programs, which means we may get paid commissions on editorially chosen products purchased through our links to retailer sites. A leading mental health body has called for warning symbols to accompany airbrushed pictures of models and celebrities to help combat eating disorders.

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The Royal College of Psychiatrists said a kite mark on digitally enhanced photographs would raise awareness of how often such manipulation takes place and help stop people trying to achieve ‘unattainable physical perfection’. The college urged the next Government to set up a forum, made up of politicians, experts, and representatives from the media and advertising, for the development of an editorial ethical code. Consultant psychiatrist Dr Adrienne Key, of the college’s eating disorders section, said the media must be stopped from ‘glamorising’ excessive weight-loss and adding to the psychological and social pressures faced by young people. She said: ‘What we need to do is raise people’s awareness of what they are looking at.

A lot of people have no idea how much manipulation goes on. She said there was mounting evidence to show the role of the media in the development of eating disorders, particularly in adolescents and young people. And she added: ‘The aims of the forum should be to collaboratively develop an ethical editorial code that realistically addresses the damaging portrayal of eating disorders, raises awareness of unrealistic visual imagery created through airbrushing and digital enhancement, and also addresses the skewed and erroneous content of magazines. In its ‘Call for Action’ the college also called for mass media ‘role models’ with diverse weights, shapes and ages, and a ban on the use of underweight models. It urged the media to stop publishing ‘body critical’ articles targeting celebrities for being overweight, underweight or physically imperfect. Susan Ringwood, chief executive of beat, a charity combating eating disorders, said: ‘We welcome this call to action from the Royal College of Psychiatrists. The media is a powerful influence and we know how vulnerable some people at risk of eating disorders can be to its visual images in particular.

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We know there is more that can be done to make that influence a positive one, and adopting the recommendations of the college’s statement would be an important step. The comments below have been moderated in advance. We are no longer accepting comments on this article. Intimidated by the thought of taming your garden for summer?

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Rochelle Humes powers through London Marathon as she completes her first 26. Gordon Ramsay’s twins Jack and Holly, 18, complete first London Marathon as he celebrates impressive 4. Channing Tatum hangs out with ‘Bachelor’ Arie Luyendyk Jr. Pippa’s timely baby news shifts spotlight from troubled father-in-law to his VERY different sons but she reach out to Vogue after wedding ban? An oily secuder and a flirty heiress: This is REAL Victorian melodrama! I want to make sure I respond to it in the appropriate way! Will Meghan’s ‘something borrowed’ be from Diana?

Rita Ora will be raising temperatures in Henley, Lionel Richie promises a mean time in Greenwich  and Chris Evans revs up at Carfest. Remember on The Office when Michael Scott drove into a lake because his GPS system told him to turn right? If she’s drunk and pregnant, is falling off a roof really her biggest worry? But then how are we supposed to get the hair of our dreams? Apple will just come out with one that tastes better in three months. The real question is, can we iron clothes while animals are wearing them? What’s wrong with putting fireworks in your mouth?

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Coyote do it a million times! So it’s not just a really cool-looking lounge chair? While thousands of children were disappointed when they read the warning label, they were relieved to know the costume still got them free candy. We thought it was supposed to be easy! Who knew there were so many at-home dentists out there? But can we keep our blindfolds on? Their service hotline must be flooded with satisfied customers.

Why Did I Get This Ad? Woman’s Day participates in various affiliate marketing programs, which means we may get paid commissions on editorially chosen products purchased through our links to retailer sites. A leading mental health body has called for warning symbols to accompany airbrushed pictures of models and celebrities to help combat eating disorders. The Royal College of Psychiatrists said a kite mark on digitally enhanced photographs would raise awareness of how often such manipulation takes place and help stop people trying to achieve ‘unattainable physical perfection’. The college urged the next Government to set up a forum, made up of politicians, experts, and representatives from the media and advertising, for the development of an editorial ethical code. Consultant psychiatrist Dr Adrienne Key, of the college’s eating disorders section, said the media must be stopped from ‘glamorising’ excessive weight-loss and adding to the psychological and social pressures faced by young people.

She said: ‘What we need to do is raise people’s awareness of what they are looking at. A lot of people have no idea how much manipulation goes on. She said there was mounting evidence to show the role of the media in the development of eating disorders, particularly in adolescents and young people. And she added: ‘The aims of the forum should be to collaboratively develop an ethical editorial code that realistically addresses the damaging portrayal of eating disorders, raises awareness of unrealistic visual imagery created through airbrushing and digital enhancement, and also addresses the skewed and erroneous content of magazines. In its ‘Call for Action’ the college also called for mass media ‘role models’ with diverse weights, shapes and ages, and a ban on the use of underweight models. It urged the media to stop publishing ‘body critical’ articles targeting celebrities for being overweight, underweight or physically imperfect. Susan Ringwood, chief executive of beat, a charity combating eating disorders, said: ‘We welcome this call to action from the Royal College of Psychiatrists.

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The media is a powerful influence and we know how vulnerable some people at risk of eating disorders can be to its visual images in particular. We know there is more that can be done to make that influence a positive one, and adopting the recommendations of the college’s statement would be an important step. The comments below have been moderated in advance. We are no longer accepting comments on this article.

Intimidated by the thought of taming your garden for summer? Rochelle Humes powers through London Marathon as she completes her first 26. Gordon Ramsay’s twins Jack and Holly, 18, complete first London Marathon as he celebrates impressive 4. Channing Tatum hangs out with ‘Bachelor’ Arie Luyendyk Jr. Pippa’s timely baby news shifts spotlight from troubled father-in-law to his VERY different sons but she reach out to Vogue after wedding ban? An oily secuder and a flirty heiress: This is REAL Victorian melodrama!

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I want to make sure I respond to it in the appropriate way! Will Meghan’s ‘something borrowed’ be from Diana? Rita Ora will be raising temperatures in Henley, Lionel Richie promises a mean time in Greenwich  and Chris Evans revs up at Carfest. Remember on The Office when Michael Scott drove into a lake because his GPS system told him to turn right?

If she’s drunk and pregnant, is falling off a roof really her biggest worry? But then how are we supposed to get the hair of our dreams? Apple will just come out with one that tastes better in three months. The real question is, can we iron clothes while animals are wearing them? What’s wrong with putting fireworks in your mouth? Coyote do it a million times!

So it’s not just a really cool-looking lounge chair? While thousands of children were disappointed when they read the warning label, they were relieved to know the costume still got them free candy. We thought it was supposed to be easy! Who knew there were so many at-home dentists out there?

But can we keep our blindfolds on? Their service hotline must be flooded with satisfied customers. Why Did I Get This Ad? Woman’s Day participates in various affiliate marketing programs, which means we may get paid commissions on editorially chosen products purchased through our links to retailer sites. A leading mental health body has called for warning symbols to accompany airbrushed pictures of models and celebrities to help combat eating disorders.

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The Royal College of Psychiatrists said a kite mark on digitally enhanced photographs would raise awareness of how often such manipulation takes place and help stop people trying to achieve ‘unattainable physical perfection’. The college urged the next Government to set up a forum, made up of politicians, experts, and representatives from the media and advertising, for the development of an editorial ethical code. Consultant psychiatrist Dr Adrienne Key, of the college’s eating disorders section, said the media must be stopped from ‘glamorising’ excessive weight-loss and adding to the psychological and social pressures faced by young people. She said: ‘What we need to do is raise people’s awareness of what they are looking at. A lot of people have no idea how much manipulation goes on. She said there was mounting evidence to show the role of the media in the development of eating disorders, particularly in adolescents and young people.

And she added: ‘The aims of the forum should be to collaboratively develop an ethical editorial code that realistically addresses the damaging portrayal of eating disorders, raises awareness of unrealistic visual imagery created through airbrushing and digital enhancement, and also addresses the skewed and erroneous content of magazines. In its ‘Call for Action’ the college also called for mass media ‘role models’ with diverse weights, shapes and ages, and a ban on the use of underweight models. It urged the media to stop publishing ‘body critical’ articles targeting celebrities for being overweight, underweight or physically imperfect. Susan Ringwood, chief executive of beat, a charity combating eating disorders, said: ‘We welcome this call to action from the Royal College of Psychiatrists. The media is a powerful influence and we know how vulnerable some people at risk of eating disorders can be to its visual images in particular.

We know there is more that can be done to make that influence a positive one, and adopting the recommendations of the college’s statement would be an important step. The comments below have been moderated in advance. We are no longer accepting comments on this article. Intimidated by the thought of taming your garden for summer? Rochelle Humes powers through London Marathon as she completes her first 26. Gordon Ramsay’s twins Jack and Holly, 18, complete first London Marathon as he celebrates impressive 4.

Channing Tatum hangs out with ‘Bachelor’ Arie Luyendyk Jr. Pippa’s timely baby news shifts spotlight from troubled father-in-law to his VERY different sons but she reach out to Vogue after wedding ban? An oily secuder and a flirty heiress: This is REAL Victorian melodrama! I want to make sure I respond to it in the appropriate way! Will Meghan’s ‘something borrowed’ be from Diana?

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Rita Ora will be raising temperatures in Henley, Lionel Richie promises a mean time in Greenwich  and Chris Evans revs up at Carfest. Remember on The Office when Michael Scott drove into a lake because his GPS system told him to turn right? If she’s drunk and pregnant, is falling off a roof really her biggest worry? But then how are we supposed to get the hair of our dreams?

Apple will just come out with one that tastes better in three months. The real question is, can we iron clothes while animals are wearing them? What’s wrong with putting fireworks in your mouth? Coyote do it a million times! So it’s not just a really cool-looking lounge chair?

While thousands of children were disappointed when they read the warning label, they were relieved to know the costume still got them free candy. We thought it was supposed to be easy! Who knew there were so many at-home dentists out there? But can we keep our blindfolds on? Their service hotline must be flooded with satisfied customers. Why Did I Get This Ad? Woman’s Day participates in various affiliate marketing programs, which means we may get paid commissions on editorially chosen products purchased through our links to retailer sites.

A leading mental health body has called for warning symbols to accompany airbrushed pictures of models and celebrities to help combat eating disorders. The Royal College of Psychiatrists said a kite mark on digitally enhanced photographs would raise awareness of how often such manipulation takes place and help stop people trying to achieve ‘unattainable physical perfection’. The college urged the next Government to set up a forum, made up of politicians, experts, and representatives from the media and advertising, for the development of an editorial ethical code. Consultant psychiatrist Dr Adrienne Key, of the college’s eating disorders section, said the media must be stopped from ‘glamorising’ excessive weight-loss and adding to the psychological and social pressures faced by young people. She said: ‘What we need to do is raise people’s awareness of what they are looking at.