The spectrum of ‘other’ feeding and eating disorders may not be so neatly classified, but the symptoms are significant, potentially dangerous, and worthy of clinical attention. Read on to learn more about OSFED.
Exercise does a body good, except when it doesn’t.
Distinguishing fact from fiction when it comes to eating disorders.
Healthy kids are joining our ranks as research contributors to help us learn how genes might influence the way kids eat and think about food.
Lynn died this week, after a heroic battle with a cancer. She will be sorely missed, but I and countless others will pick up where she left off, working tirelessly on eating disorder advocacy.
A sneak peek of when and where to find us and what to expect at the 2015 International Conference on Eating Disorders.
Your body image is changeable; in fact, it’s changing slightly all the time.
Different people will have a different tolerance for how long they are willing to wait for a reward, and what reward is worth the wait. Read more about our recent study on the very complicated experiences of reward in individuals with anorexia nervosa.