The dark side of dieting “do’s” and “don’ts.”
Watch Dr. Attia in a NY Times video on the lines that get blurred between fact and fiction when it comes to eating disorders.
Dr. Attia and others talk about avoidant restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID) on GROUP, a podcast about mental health and mental illness. Listen here.
How can you best live your holidays as they actually are, instead of as you want them to be?
Our team’s contributions to the conversation on research in obesity and eating disorders at meetings of the Obesity Society and Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies.
Watch this Brain Insights Lecture on the neurobiology behind anorexia nervosa’s stubborn grip.
Recently published research suggests that many people with eating disorders never seek help for their symptoms.
Transitions – to a new school, job, city, relationship, or role – are stressful. Read on for tips to handle them with your health in mind.