The 2016 U.S. Presidential election is bringing our country’s body image problem front-and-center. Learn how to step out of the shadows of body-shaming comments and change the conversation.
When and where to find us as we present research findings this fall.
For many people with eating disorders, observing holidays like Ramadan, Good Friday, or Yom Kippur by fasting presents a conflict.
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.
Read here for answers to some commonly asked questions about receiving treatment at our program.
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.