Gwyneth Paltrow

What Donald Trump and Gwyneth Paltrow have in common

Anne Kingston: Donald Trump is the obvious fearmeister, but fewer enterprises exploit fear more stealthily than the positive-vibe ‘wellness industry’

The five most ridiculous ideas from Goop’s ‘health’ conference

Dr. Jen Gunter came across some bizarre so-called wellness claims, including ‘Death is not real’

Harvey Weinstein and the theatre of victim blaming

Anne Kingston: Foisting responsibility on the accusers deflects attention from the systems that protected—and continue to protect—Weinstein

Don’t blame Gwyneth Paltrow, blame the medical status quo

The “wellness” industry boom has stirred much debate, but Anne Kingston argues that the real problem to address is the ongoing medical gender gap that is leaving women frustrated.

Don’t blame Gwyneth Paltrow

Her misguided GOOP website is a symptom of a much more serious problem: a medical system that has turned its back on women.

How Gwyneth Paltrow’s ‘Goop’ is duping us

A Canadian scientist tests some celebrity-endorsed fads and finds them wanting

A requiem for an unlikeable coupling

Six Ways to Sunday: We don’t have to like Gwyneth Paltrow or Chris Martin. But we owe it to ourselves to not be cruel


2013 in fashion: backlash against basic black

Bright shines on the year’s red carpets

Hating Gwyneth Paltrow

… and why a backlash may be the best thing to happen to the actress/author/celebrity

Second opinion: Talking detox with Gwyneth Paltrow’s doctor

The complexities of evidence in the context of alternative medicine