Answers to commonly asked questions that can help students with eating disorders ease the transition back to school.
Taking a cue from Olympic athletes, who celebrate the function of their bodies rather than just their form.
Olympic athletes’ eating patterns and perceptions of nutrition can offer a kind of food-body mindset from which we might learn.
For many people with eating disorders, observing holidays like Ramadan, Good Friday, or Yom Kippur by fasting presents a conflict.
Why we call former participants in our inpatient program annually as part of a Longitudinal Follow-Up Study.
Longitudinal research on happiness reminds us that what matters to us today will impact our future selves.
Dr. Evelyn Attia talks about essential principles of feeding and eating disorder treatment, and the possibility of recovery for anyone with these conditions.
Here’s a “sneak peek” of when and where to find members of our group at this year’s International Conference on Eating Disorders.