Suicide is not only a problem for those who are depressed. Eating disorders are associated with high suicide rates, even in the absence of depression.
You may have the magical idea that the eating disorder won’t follow you to school. There’s no such thing as magic, but there are ways to be successful at staying healthy.
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.
If you think that your current definition of healthy may not, in fact, be so healthy for you, consider redefining it.
Research assistants, Katrina Kostro, BA, and Christine Call, AB, reflect on their lessons learned on the job at the Columbia Center for Eating Disorders.
The selection of low-fat foods is a core problem in anorexia nervosa. We have designed an experiment to better understand the complicated behavior of food choice.
What better occasion to work on gaining independence from your eating disorder than Independence Day itself?
What if a medication treatment could lessen the psychological symptoms that become barriers to eating in anorexia nervosa?