Letterman’s Top 10 List Targets Pablo Sandoval’s Physique, Host Says Fans Should Calm Down About Weight
After a picture surfaced of former San Francisco Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval appearing at spring training for the Boston Red Sox, the slugger’s weight was the topic of the Top 10 List on the Late Show with David Letterman Thursday night.
If one day of spring training is any indication, the media spotlight surrounding Pablo Sandoval in Boston is going to be intense. A photo of him taking grounders on his first day of Red Sox spring training set off thousands of tweets overnight. And some of them weren’t all that nice:
You may have seen the selfies on Facebook or Instagram: women wearing swimsuits with the hashtag #fatkini. The social media movement isn’t more online shaming, but instead a push for empowerment.
With the recent backlash, we came up with ways to utilize the 11lb. monster of a catalog!
A growing number of dieters are betting money they will lose a certain amount in a specified period of time.
Spending time on Facebook could leave users with an increased waistline, and decreased self-control, according to a new study.
Carrying three babies is no easy feat, especially when their weight breaks a record. Triplets born at Sutter Memorial Hospital on Nov. 8 had a combined combined weight of 20 pounds, making them the heaviest triplets on record.