Masks are great for Halloween, but if your eating issues cause you to mask yourself, it’s time to reveal your truth.
We are currently recruiting healthy children, ages 5 to 10, to learn more about how and why kids choose the foods they eat.
Our team is spreading the word about what we do! We are joining community outreach efforts, and recruiting healthy kids and adults to help us learn more about eating. Learn more here.
What’s your favorite food? We commonly pose this question to kids, but ask a group of adults and the answers will be more variable.
How clinicians, researchers, patients, and families can work together to help more people get more treatment, and strengthen the connection between research and clinical care.
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.
“Eating Disorders on the Wire” author/musician Jenn Friedman visits our unit to share her inspirational art.
On the road to recovery, catching the inevitable lapses will be critical.
How gratitude could be the first gift you receive this holiday season.
When you eat with someone who has an eating disorder, the two of you are never alone. Here are some strategies to make mealtime just a little easier.