06:41 AM EDT 08/28/2014
Originally posted 04/12/2014 10:00AM
Serious issues of weight and health were the themes of several PEOPLE stories that got strong reactions from readers this week.
One uplifting story about child's weight loss was counterbalanced by a more controversial one about a Yale student's low weight. Luckily, Jennifer Garner was also on hand for comic relief in talking about her son's body parts.
Below, check out the five stories that got the strongest reactions on PEOPLE.com this week. And let us know what you think of every story by clicking on the icons at the bottom.
Originally posted 04/11/2014 05:45PM
Kevin Costner makes a solid football movie with Draft Day, but it's Nicolas Cage who steals the show with his comeback role in Joe.
Originally posted 04/10/2014 03:45PM
"He's so psyched to finally have a boy," the Draft Day actress tells Jimmy Fallon of her husband
Originally posted 04/01/2014 07:30PM
Jennifer Garner loved football growing up, but she didn't appreciate baseball until she met husband Ben Affleck.
Originally posted 03/18/2014 10:00AM
Jennifer Garner is stepping up her game for the next generation.
Originally posted 03/09/2014 07:15PM
Pushy, stubborn, bossy.
Originally posted 03/07/2014 06:15PM
Admit it – at one time or another you might have fantasized about what it would be like if you were Jennifer Lawrence's bestie.
Originally posted 02/24/2014 11:30AM
And the presenters are ...
Originally posted 02/07/2014 12:30PM
What do George Clooney, Matt Damon and Jon Hamm all have in common? No, not their status as PEOPLE's Sexiest Man Alive honorees – it's that Twitter is not their friend.
In his latest installment of Celebrities Read Mean Tweets, Jimmy Kimmel gathered Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Jennifer Garner, Tom Hanks and other Monuments Men cast members to read messages from their less-than-positive Twitter followings. Insults include calling Clooney a "lumpy faced basterd" and referring to Rob Lowe as "skin cancer." Each star was dealt a blow to their psyche, none more so than Damon, who read a disparaging Tweet from frenemy Kimmel himself.
Originally posted 02/05/2014 06:00AM
The story of Ron Woodroof's (Matthew McConaughey) personal fight against the FDA and the widely used AIDS drug AZT in the mid-1980s has won Dallas Buyers Club a healthy share of statuettes this awards season, and there are six more opportunities on the horizon with the March 2 Oscars.
Woodroof, diagnosed with AIDS in 1985 and given 30 days to live, went on to survive another seven years after this medical verdict, largely due to the vitamins and drugs he smuggled in from Mexico – and which he turned into a business selling to other AIDS patients.
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