What would Barbie look like with a real waistline?


Jada Meadows


The Counseling Center at Georgia Southern University is at the Russell Union Rotunda today to bring awareness about positive body images and living a healthy lifestyle.

“We’re raising awareness about anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and other eating disorders as well as health,” Aimee Var, an employee from the Counseling Center, said.

Eating disorders affect both men and women at any age. The table features a “Barbie” replica with the size of Barbie if she was a real woman, which is unrealistic.

Go visit the table at the Rotunda today from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. to get more information about eating disorders and health in general.

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