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P>Music, well what do we have here? He burned his hand on a stove. Did you warn him not to touch a hot stove? Of course, I did. Well, I'm afraid we can't help him. Clearly, he did this to himself. That's absurd, isn't it? That a doctor would compromise care for a patient because he did it to himself? But unfortunately, overweight and obese people are the victims of this kind of irrational weight prejudice almost every day. Whether it's in the form of negative attitudes, societal stigma, or unfair treatment. Music, my name is Emmy, and as the first plus-size supermodel, trust me, I know what it's like to be judged based on my size. And that's why I'm here today to raise your awareness of exactly what weight bias is, how it shows up in medical practices, and who its victims, sources, and consequences are. I'm hopeful that by the time that we come to the end of this brief journey, you'll be inspired to make subtle, critical changes in your own medical practice, and perhaps even adjust your own perceptions and treatment of your overweight and obese patients. Weight stigma is bias and discrimination aimed at overweight people based on a series of social attitudes that people develop. They can start very early in life, that assume that there's something wrong with overweight people and that they should be punished for their condition. Hi, could you help me? Do you have an appointment? Yes, I made it a year ago. Name: Cole, Natasha. Mm-hmm, you can take a seat. Over a year ago, she was really hesitant about coming to the doctor. One important area where weight bias is expressed is in medical care. Overweight people are very often reluctant to go get medical care, preventive...